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Ex Warriors Coach Takes Over in Minnesota

Rick Adelman is taking the reigns as the Minnesota Timberwolves’ head coach. I am not surprised that the Timberwolves went with Rick Adelman over, also ex Warriors coach, Don Nelson.

I think Don Nelson’s way of running a team has passed it’s time. He once was thought of as a great coach but now I think the NBA realizes that he is just too set in his ways to ever succeed. He has alienated too many players and has shown that while his Nellie Ball does work it has it’s flaws and they are flaws Nelson has never attempted to fix. I believe these issues gave Rick Adelman the upper hand.

To be fair to Adelman he also deserves the job on his own merit. He has turned several franchises into good playoff teams and has done a fantastic job working with what he is given. He is very good at getting the best out of every player.

I wish he had been given more of a chance when he was with the Warriors. He is the kind of guy who I think could have built a solid franchise. Although he still would have had to overcome Cohan. It’s probably for the best for him that Adelman moved on. I look forward to seeing what Adelman can do with a very upgraded Minnesota team.

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President Obama's Got Jokes About Warriors, 1995-96 Bulls

The Golden State Warriors recently visited the White House to be acknowledged for their 2014-15 NBA championship. As you may know, President Obama is a huge fan of basketball, and especially his beloved Chicago Bulls. While introducing the team, President Obama joked that he was in the presence of one member of the greatest team in basketball history with Steve Kerr on stage. The Warriors head coach was a member of the 1995-96 Bulls team that many think of as the greatest team of all time.

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Stephen Curry Puts On A Clinic Against Spurs

NBA fans and media alike were incredibly excited for the first meeting of the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors this season, and many expected an uber-competitive game to take place on Monday night. Well, the game was enthralling, but not very competitive. Stephen Curry put on a clinic, and was dribbling circles around the Spurs throughout. Here's some evidence. If that floater wasn't epic enough, in the second-half Curry added this drive in which he pulled the magic out on Jonathon Simmons.

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