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Clippersfan86 02-07-2013 12:30 AM

Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
Kevin Martin had some thoughts tonight.

Kevin Martin: “Coach Jackson should talk to a couple of his bench players, make sure they get wet behind the ears ...before they come barking up our players' trees." Martin went on to say the Warriors made "dirty" plays.


Reggie Jackson: "I think it’s the young guys on the Warriors who kind of got (Martin) a little hot, talking trash."

"I guess I ought to thank them for waking up the monster in him, so I do give them a shout out for that one.”




Why are the Warriors such a brash team? You have a bunch of players who want to start shit every game but cry to league officials or the media when somebody does anything to them. Was Mark Jackson this much of a poor sport and douche when he played? I wasn't a Clippers fan back when he played for us in the early 90's.

Pushxx 02-07-2013 12:33 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
They are 30-19 which is significantly better than expected. I give them a pass. They will learn how to harness their energy as they mature together.

Graviton 02-07-2013 12:37 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
They forgot their place as a mediocre 1st round exit team. They are same as Denver, a good home team fueled by the crowd that pushes the pace but jacks up 3s instead of attacking the paint. Yet when they get punched they have no answer, they are frontrunners.

They need to re-learn their place and take their losses AND wins with grace, not be little whiny bitches.

Brujesino 02-07-2013 12:37 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
The Warriors should learn how to dunk and stare at opposing players and opposing benches then flop on defense.

coin24 02-07-2013 12:39 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
I'm hoping its clippers vs warriors or even better clippers vs nuggets and you guys get bounced so you shut the fu*k up:lol

atljonesbro 02-07-2013 12:40 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
Were all sick of Blake Griffin's antics. Flopping, Taunting, Crying, trying to fake being tough, it's pathetic.

Clippersfan86 02-07-2013 12:41 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Brujesino
The Warriors should learn how to dunk and stare at opposing players and opposing benches then flop on defense.


Don't let your personal feelings get involved here. Multiple teams have complained and you should be able to acknowledge it having watched it. Also.. I agree last year the Clippers flopped and Blake stared people down after dunks. Although none of the complaints about the Warriors have to do with flops or staredowns. But rather trash talk, dirty plays and acting classless towards opponents.

Graviton 02-07-2013 12:46 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Clippersfan86
Don't let your personal feelings get involved here. Multiple teams have complained and you should be able to acknowledge it having watched it. Also.. I agree last year the Clippers flopped and Blake stared people down after dunks. Although none of the complaints about the Warriors have to do with flops or staredowns. But rather trash talk, dirty plays and acting classless towards opponents.

Funny thing is this wasn't present when Bulls destroyed them. Noah/Gibson would murk whoever tried anything.

Seems like they act this way vs soft Western teams, but when tough East teams come over they are quiet like mice.

(e) 02-07-2013 12:46 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
How many threads do you make in a day? Serious question.

Clippersfan86 02-07-2013 12:48 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by (e)
How many threads do you make in a day? Serious question.


Today I made about 4 including the game thread. You asked a serious question and I give you a serious answer :cheers: . In general? I've been posting way less and making way less threads the last two months or so. Better yet is today my ratio was 3 non Clippers threads to one Clippers thread.

ballinhun8 02-07-2013 12:51 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
You named two players from one team. And one is a scrub who should keep his mouth shut.




Where do you get this "long list of teams"? Kind of extreme.

Clippersfan86 02-07-2013 12:53 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ballinhun8
You named two players from one team. And one is a scrub who should keep his mouth shut.




Where do you get this "long list of teams"? Kind of extreme.


Clippers and Rockets recently have had issues with the Warriors, both in interviews and on the court. Not every team is going to talk to the media about it but it's a trend nonetheless. The fact that a normally very low key player like Kevin Martin would call them out speaks volumes.

I edited the OP though so it's less exaggerated and not confusing. Handful of recent examples would have been more accurate.

kNicKz 02-07-2013 12:54 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by atljonesbro
Were all sick of Blake Griffin's antics. Flopping, Taunting, Crying, trying to fake being tough, it's pathetic.


this

SacJB Shady 02-07-2013 12:54 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
Clippersfan86, don't you believe that most of the warriors players are respectful of others? This is far different that the baron davis, stephen jackson, and al harrington days when they did all kinds of shit.

mjokc 02-07-2013 12:56 AM

Re: Teams are sick of the Warriors antics
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by atljonesbro
Were all sick of Blake Griffin's antics. Flopping, Taunting, Crying, trying to fake being tough, it's pathetic.


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