Game Six Thoughts: “You Come At The King, You Best Not Miss”

A little more Warriors coverage before looking at the rest of these so-called sporting events …

  • First things first: Warriors fans have been nervous all day to hear if Jason Richardson (who had some type of altercation with a Dallas fan after being pushed into the stands in the closing minutes) and/or Stephen Jackson would be subject to discipline by the league. Well, we’ve got good news and bad news … And they’re both the same: Jax is in the clear but J-Rich is still under investigation, according to Janny Hu. [Chronicle Blog]
  • Who’s the pressure on? Avery says the Warriors have “ten thousand pounds on their right arms right now.” The statement doesn’t really make sense in the first place, but Marc Stein says Avery sounded more hopeful than convincing. We’re inclined to agree. [Daily Dime]
  • The general consensus around the webs is that this series is pretty magical instant classic. Henry, just imagine if you were a Warriors fan. [True Hoop]
  • As for us, we have to admit we’re pretty nervous about the next two games. Up nine with three minutes left, we had an excellent chance to end the series. Yeah, the Mavs played perfect ball and the refs didn’t help anything, but it was a choke-job. We had the conference champs and blew it, plain and simple. And aside from whistling childhood tunes in a really, really cool manner, if there’s anything that Omar from The Wire has taught us (and Wee Bey), it’s “you come at the king, you best not miss.” Take special note of the final 60 seconds:

2 Responses to Game Six Thoughts: “You Come At The King, You Best Not Miss”

  1. amqcw says:

    I’m not nervous for the Warriors. Those Bay Area fans are nuts! In a good way, of course. I think they’ll lend their tremendous support and energy to help the Warriors pull off a win in Oakland tomorrow night. Even though they gave it up last night to the Mavs, they have the potential to close and keep them at bay.
    This has already been a great playoff season for me with the Heat getting swept in the first round (I’m a Pistons fan, but since I lived in the Bay Area for 3 years, the Warriors are another team I support), so seeing the Warriors oust the Mavs would make it even better.
    Go Warriors!

  2. Big Papi says:

    Nervous? Of coarse you should be nervous! Golden State had the Western Conference Champs on the ropes and waiting for one more punch for the knockout and they didn’t deliver.

    Now Dallas has healed it’s wounds and shook off the haymakers the Warriors where throwing and ready to win the next two games in impressive fashion.

    The manner in which the Warriors lost didn’t help either, being so close to the prize only to have Dirk take it from them is heart breaking. It would have been better for the Warriors if they lost by 20pts. and just looked to tonights game.

    The fans will be in full force of coarse but the Warriors had their chance and let it go. Run the clock out and their playing Houston in the next round! Good luck!!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: