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March 05, 2007



A few mitigating factors were involved. You're right. The Warriors were mad. But then, they believed that they were genuinely screwed over in the previous game. The Bucks simply lost a shootout. They had nothing to feel bad about (except maybe for their defense on Ben Gordon).

Also, Golden State has an explosive, up-tempo offense. If they aren't hitting their shots, they lose. If they are hitting, they can compete with anybody. And, since their goal is to outscore the other team, they don't play with much defensive intensity.

On the subject of Redd...I would be very interested to know how players typically perform in the second-game of back-to-backs after they score 50 or more in the first game (I have no idea how often that's even happened). Considering how hard he had to work to get that 50 (because the Bulls are one of the better defensive teams in the league), it isn't too surprising he pooped out in that game.

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