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Patrick talks the Golden State Warriors' 1-point win over the Giannis-less Milwaukee Bucks. Plus, how COVID-19 is shaping the Warriors' future decisions, real goals for the remainder of this season, drafting another 19-year-old, appreciating Stephen Curry's shot-making ability, and hoping for Draymond Green's shot-taking willingness for next season…
 
Patrick talks the Golden State Warriors' loss to the Atlanta Hawks and how the Warriors have very limited passers and apparently some painful moments of low basketball-IQ. Plus, the dangers of tanking and is Jalen Suggs already out of the W's draft reach? If so, here's a way to get him.
 
Patrick is joined by his friend Aram in Toronto as they dive deep into the Warriors embarrassing 53-point loss to the Raptors. They discuss: (1:12) the W's laying down and taking it again; (5:05) their faith in Steve Kerr, Bob Myers, and ownership; (14:36) the team's real trajectory and the lack of fight or progress; (22:00) a "COVID mulligan"; (25…
 
Patrick drops some observations on the Golden State Warriors' loss to the Miami Heat. With a commitment to youth comes a commitment to youthful inconsistency, and tonight that is exactly happened. But is who they are now who they will be at the end of the season? Plus, Draymond Green can still score!…
 
Patrick drops some quick thoughts on the Golden State Warriors' win over the Chicago Bulls. Stephen Curry returned early from a tailbone injury to re-energize and lead the struggling W's to a much needed win. James Wiseman looked more comfortable on the floor in a game he probably needed more than anyone else on the squad.…
 
Patrick breaks down another terrible half-hearted loss, this time to the Atlanta Hawks. The squad eerily felt more like a Golden State Warriors team from the 1990s than a team vying for a playoff spot. Losing is one thing, but losing without a soul is another. Steve Kerr and company need to right this ship ASAP.…
 
Patrick breaks down the Warriors moves and non-moves at the trade deadline, including the decision to keep Kelly Oubre Jr. and the idea that Oubre does not want to come off the bench next year. What does that mean for his W's future? Plus, James Wiseman showing more frustration, Nico Mannion hitting shots, Tyrese Haliburton is not a sleeper, and th…
 
Patrick breaks down the Golden State Warriors' loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. After missing games throughout the season James Wiseman finally gets some reps. Hopefully this is the first of many consecutive appearances. Plus, Jordan Poole has an off game, should the W's trade Kelly Oubre?, Jalen Suggs and the NCAA tournament, the W's upcoming sched…
 
Patrick and Vu Bang get together to talk who deserves to be in the Basketball Hall of Fame including: (1:55) Tim Hardaway, (6:19) Chris Webber, (14:13) Ben Wallace, (15:08) Michael Cooper, Bill Russell as a coach, (16:53) Steve Kerr, (18:05) Paul Pierce, plus (21:59) the breaking down the rest of the Warriors' schedule this season by Elo rating.…
 
Patrick breaks down observations on the Golden State Warriors' 2nd easy win in a row, this time over the Memphis Grizzlies. Playing without Stephen Curry, James Wiseman, and Eric Paschall, Andrew Wiggins and the continually surprising Jordan Poole led the charge. The two square off again on Saturday. Also, how far can the Wolves rise in the standin…
 
Patrick drops some observations on the Warriors win over the young, nearly unrecognizable Houston Rockets. James Wiseman and Eric Paschall miss the game due to COVID contact tracing. They'll likely miss about a week each. Stephen Curry falls with no help from the Rockets coaching staff. Jordan Poole and Nico Mannion continue to look the part. And a…
 
Patrick keeps this short and painless after a long and painful blowout loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. With a young 2nd unit, we know to accept good nights and bad nights, but can they stop taking massive L's? A milder part of the schedule awaits, so hopefully they can grow a little faster.
 
Patrick and Vu-Bang get ready for the 2nd half of the season and talk about (1:07) the fact that Stephen Curry and his NBA cohort won't be around forever, (2:52) revisit the 2009 NBA Draft, (10:45) potential Warriors trades before the March 25 deadline, (24:24) revisit the Warriors' James Wiseman pick and the 2020 draft, and (30:42) check in on Min…
 
Patrick breaks down the Warriors' relatively surprising win over the Utah Jazz. He also takes a tantalizing glimpse into the future: Next season's team blending veteran champion-hardened leaders like Steph, Klay, Draymond, and Looney along with a stabilizing high-ceiling youth movement that includes James Wiseman, Nico Mannion, Jordan Poole, Eric P…
 
The Golden State Warriors are back at .500 and are in danger of dipping into the red as the trade deadline approaches. Patrick drops some observations on the blowout loss to the Clippers, James Wiseman's dazzling skillset, Jordan Poole and Nico Mannion's jitters, Stephen Curry exhorting his team to keep fighting, and trading Kelly Oubre Jr.…
 
Patrick celebrates the All-Star break by breaking down observations on the Golden State Warriors' blowout loss to the Phoenix Suns. Without Steph or Draymond, James Wiseman, Jordan Poole, and Nico Mannion all got an opportunity to show what they could do with increase minutes. There were some promising things and some not so promising things. Plus,…
 
Patrick drops his observations on the Warriors' loss to the Portland Trailblazers. The Hamptons 5 is not walking through that door. The W's blew a bunch of easy shots in the final minute to lose a game they probably should have won. James Wiseman's uneven showing limited his minutes. He needs time and way more reps but what he really needs is more …
 
A recent article running down the G League bubble noted a couple of players Warriors fans absolutely love to focus on: Jordan Poole and Alen Smailagić. Patrick, Vu-Bang, and Chuong discuss (00:19) the Warriors' G League history and the promising future of the G League Ignite team, (11:52) how Poole, Smiley, and podcast-favorite Nico Mannion have lo…
 
Patrick is joined by Vu-Bang, Chuong, and J.P. who (2:12) answer his questions about NBA Top Shot -- the new virtual blockchain-based crypto collector phenomenon. (32:22) They also open a couple of packs and (39:15) one of the guys makes $600 right off the bat. Watch the episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/pICVyW9eWf4 youtube.com/nationalfilmsocie…
 
Patrick talks the uninteresting Warriors blowout loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. A game they could've possibly stolen due to the injury to Anthony Davis, the W's must've found something to get into in SoCal even with all the COVID restrictions because they gave their most uninspired effort since a loss in Phoenix exactly one month ago. If they keep…
 
Patrick drops his observations on the Warriors first 3-game winning streak of the season as they beat the Charlotte Hornets. Kelly Oubre Jr.'s continued emergence, Draymond Green leaning in, James Wiseman's surprises. Plus, should the NBA change the logo to Kobe Bryant? What's the deal with someone calling Jeremy Lin "Coronavirus" on the court? And…
 
Patrick drops his observations on the Warriors win over the Indiana Pacers. Even without facing a box-and-1 from Indiana, Stephen Curry had an off night shooting but the W's did enough to come back home from the road trip 2-2. Steve Kerr keeps trying new lineups and rotations with James Wiseman in the second unit. Plus, Kelly Oubre Jr. continues to…
 
For a night all was right with the world. James Wiseman, Kevon Looney, and Stephen Curry all returned to the lineup. And the Golden State Warriors didn't blow a 4th quarter lead and held on to beat the New York Knicks. Besides a rusty jumper, Wiseman looks like he didn't miss a beat and may have actually learned something while injured. Patrick bre…
 
Patrick is joined by Vu-Bang to talk (00:11) can James Wiseman catch LaMelo Ball in the Rookie of the Year race? (5:45) the Warriors odds of getting the Minnesota Timberwolves' 2021 No. 1 draft pick, (10:47) which NBA point guards would we want before D'Angelo Russell, (14:08) the fluctuating value of the Wolves' pick, (18:24) Vu-Bang's mind-blowin…
 
Patrick talks about the most maddening loss of the year. The Golden State Warriors had a double-digit lead but a series of bad possessions, a questionable call or two, and Draymond Green losing his composure cost the W's a chance at their first win on this road trip. In a game where Stephen Curry was a last-second scratch, the squad had done just e…
 
The Warriors blew a 13-point lead in a game they definetly should have won. Bad shots, turnovers, and general miscues cost the Warriors their best chance to win three games in a row for the first time all season. Kelly Oubre Jr. has been playing really well, so should the Warriors sell high and move him before the trade deadline, which is still mor…
 
Now THAT was entertaining. The Warriors generally played three quarters of mediocre basketball, but all of the sudden flipped the switch in the fourth quarter and overtime. Led by Kent Bazemore, Stephen Curry, Andrew Wiggins, Eric Paschall, and Kelly Oubre Jr., the shorthanded W's came back in a game they had no business winning. Now they embark on…
 
Patrick breaks down the Warriors smack down of the Cleveland Cavaliers, including the chemistry between Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, the hope that it'll rub off on the younger players, Draymond speaking his mind on another NBA hypocrisy, and his first impressions of the "Sexland" backcourt of Collin Sexton and Darius Garland.…
 
Patrick drops some observations on the Golden State Warriors loss to Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets. It was both great and strange to see KD return to an empty Chase Center — where he literally helped break ground — play well and share some good moments with his former W's teammates. With KD starting to click with Kyrie Irving and James Harden,…
 
The Warriors close out on the beat up Orlando Magic and are once again 2-games above .500. With Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets coming to town, can they find a way to get their first 3-game win streak of the year? Also, the weirdness of watching a game while on the trendy new Clubhouse app, Steph's MVP chances, Andrew Wiggins and Kelly Oubre Jr.…
 
Patrick breaks down his impressions of the Santa Cruz Warriors' loss to the G League Ignite team. Bottom line: if the Warriors get the Minnesota Timberwolves 2021 first-round pick at #4 or #5, they should pray Jonathan Kuminga is still there. It's early but he impressed. Keep tabs on this kid. Jordan Poole scored points but he didn't really show mu…
 
The Warriors took down the San Antonio Spurs on the 2nd night of their back-to-back two-game series. Stephen Curry showed out again and he actually got some help. The supporting cast may not have shot particularly well but they played with energy and focus. But can they be consistent? Can they string together a few of these performances? And what s…
 
Patrick drops some observations as the Warriors fall back down to .500 with a record of 12-12, blowing a 14-point lead and losing to the San Antonio Spurs. Stephen Curry had another MVP-level performance, but the supporting cast couldn't help him cross the finish line. Twenty turnovers pretty much sealed it, as well as an odd Draymond Green 3-point…
 
Stephen Curry drops 57, but the Golden State Warriors lose to Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks. Kelly Oubre Jr. falls back to Earth while Andrew Wiggins has a solid bounce back game after a couple of poor shooting nights. Patrick offers his observations on a night where Steph reminded a prime time audience that he's still very much in the build…
 
Patrick breaks down the Warriors' absurdly entertaining 31-point beatdown of the Dallas Mavericks. Small-ball makes a successful return as Kelly Oubre Jr. scores a career-high 40 points and has by far his best game as a Warrior -- and likely his best game as a pro. Draymond Green, Stephen Curry, Juan Toscano-Anderson, and Damion Lee were all impres…
 
Patrick drops his observations on the Warriors four-point loss to the Boston Celtics. They lost Kevon Looney to a sprained ankle and endured a rare poor shooting night from Andrew Wiggins, but Stephen Curry's brilliance almost got them over the hump. With James Wiseman and (potentially) Looney out, how can the Warriors survive with an extremely sma…
 
It would take way more than just James Wiseman to pry Bradley Beal away from the Washington Wizards, but should the Golden State Warriors even consider unloading the talented potential unicorn, the 2021 Minnesota Timberwolves pick, and more for the 6'3" shooting guard? Patrick and Vu-Bang dive deep into their feelings to parse out the possibilities…
 
Patrick drops his observations on the Golden State Warriors' beat down of the Detroit Pistons, a team the W's are supposed to be. But playing the long game, can they maintain consistency and string more wins together? Andrew Wiggins and Draymond Green are looking good. Plus, teasing our upcoming episode discussing James Wiseman - Bradley Beal trade…
 
The two most scrutinized Warriors showed up and showed out. Two days after losing his starting spot to Kevon Looney, James Wiseman revealed a newfound comfort on the court against the bottom-feeding Minnesota Timberwolves. Maybe the game is finally starting to slow down for the rookie? Plus, after a couple days of New Orleans Pelicans trade rumors,…
 
Patrick breaks down his observations on the Warriors' win against the lowly Minnesota Timberwolves after the somewhat surprising move of replacing James Wiseman in the starting lineup with Kevon Looney. But it worked! The two teams play again in San Francisco in a couple days, so we'll see if that success continues.…
 
Adam Silver is open to potentially two NBA expansion teams, but which cities actually deserve a shiny new franchise? Patrick is joined by Vu-Bang, a long-time City Planner by trade, to talk about his two passions, city planning and basketball: (00:23) why Silver is considering expansion now? (4:43) criteria for being awarded a new team, (8:14) Seat…
 
Patrick breaks down his observations on the Warriors' 2nd straight poor showing, this time against the Utah Jazz. Once again the starting lineup struggles badly. What's Kelly Oubre Jr.'s future with the Warriors? Plus, Steph Curry passes Reggie Miller for 2nd in all-time 3-pointers made, while Nico Mannion hits his first two of his promising young …
 
Patrick offers his quick observations on the Warriors' disappointingly listless loss to the New York Knicks, including the absurdity of Draymond Green getting ejected for yelling at James Wiseman. (His own teammate?!!) The squad couldn't muster up any sustained fight in a game they could have used to pad their record. Honestly, they should probably…
 
James Wiseman shook off his worst game of the season to have one of his best as the Warriors beat a team they probably should beat, the San Antonio Spurs. Steph Curry and Draymond Green are starting to connect with Wiseman on lobs. If they perfect this, it'll open up a whole lot of problems for the rest of the league. Also, as much as they're for p…
 
Patrick drops some quick observations after the Warriors come back from 19 points down to beat the Los Angeles Lakers. James Wiseman had his worst game in quite some time, but Kelly Oubre Jr. looked totally comfortable with the 2nd unit and Eric Paschall continued to do what he does best: get buckets. Resilient effort overall -- especially from tha…
 
Patrick is again joined by Vu-Bang to talk (00:13) the James Harden trade and the upcoming strange Nets dynamic with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, (10:40) the Warriors' winning the Andrew Wiggins + 2021 Minnesota 1st round pick for D'Angelo Russell trade, (12:12) aspirations for that lightly protected Timberwolves' draft pick, (17:14) breaking dow…
 
The Warriors lose a sloppy, forgettable game to the Denver Nuggets. This one was all over the place as no one really brought their A-game. Steph Curry and Draymond Green had a ton of turnovers and in general this was the squad's poorest effort since the first two blowout losses to start the season. Steph needs some help out there and James Wiseman …
 
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