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    Those numbers for Murphy also came on a team without O'Neal.
    Which makes them even more impressive.

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    The guy's a very productive player when given minutes. And these came out West where the big boys play.
    You've got to realize that GSW plays at a much faster pace than us--which means more FGA and rebounding chances for everyone, slow that down to our speed in 05-06 and you've got: 13 pts, 9 reb. Then you've got to factor in the fact that he can't go 34 min anymore--he's a 28 min kind of guy. 30 tops. So he's a 12 pt, 8 rebound kind of player. He might play against the West Conf guys, but he did his damage on 34 win teams. He won't get the same chances with us that he did at GS in 2003/04 and 2004/05.

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    Nobody wants to have a 5 of

    JO/Diogu/Dunleavy/Granger/JT

    Foster would obviously be the 6th man.
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    i don't think you can play ike and JO at the same time. ike is best offensively when working the low block which is one of the problems harrington had while playing with JO. maybe you can do it for limited stretches but i wouldn't start them together. this is why i like the murphy deal... he's a big and a rebounder that doesn't want to be on the block or in JO's way.

    i was really impressed by Quis and DG's play last night. i think, to play like that and still have a chance to tie the game (without the #2 and #3 scorers from your starting lineup) is pretty good especially considering the FG% we were giving up. i think that Carlisle might be a great coach for MDJ and TM and get something out of them not yet accessed.

    i think it'll probably be JT, MDJ, DG, JO, JF/TM... a lineup i'd be interested in seeing would be MD, MDJ, DG, JO, JF/TM
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    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    POINT GUARD
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Jamaal Tinsley 6'3" 183lbs 28 years old (2/28/78)
    COLLEGE: Iowa State
    DRAFT: 27TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2001 BY MEMPHIS


    2- Darrell Armstrong 6'1" 180lbs 38 years old (6/22/68)
    COLLEGE: Fayetteville State
    DRAFT: NONE


    3- Orien Greene 6'4" 208lbs 24 years old (2/4/82)
    COLLEGE: Louisiana-Lafayette
    DRAFT: 23RD PICK IN THE SECOND ROUND IN 2005 BY BOSTON


    4- Keith McLeod 6'2" 190lbs 27 years old (11/5/79)
    COLLEGE: Bowling Green
    DRAFT: NONE



    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    SHOOTING GUARD (all can play SF)
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Mike Dunleavy 6'9" 230lbs 26 years old (9/15/80)
    COLLEGE: Duke
    DRAFT: 3RD PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2002 BY GOLDEN STATE


    2- Marquis Daniels 6'6" 200lbs 26 years old (1/7/81)
    COLLEGE: Auburn
    DRAFT: NONE


    3- Rawle Marshall 6'7" 190lbs 24 years old (2/20/82)
    COLLEGE: Oakland
    DRAFT: NONE



    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    SMALL FORWARD
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Danny Granger 6'9" 228lbs 23 years old (4/20/83)
    COLLEGE: New Mexico
    DRAFT: 17TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2005 BY INDIANA


    2- Shawne Williams 6'9" 225lbs 20 years old (2/16/86)
    COLLEGE: Memphis
    DRAFT: 17TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2006 BY INDIANA



    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    POWER FORWARD
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Jermaine O'Neal 6'11" 260lbs 28 years old (10/13/78)
    COLLEGE: NONE
    DRAFT: 17TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 1996 BY PORTLAND


    2- Ike Diogu 6'8" 255lbs 23 years old (9/11/83)
    COLLEGE: Arizona State
    DRAFT: 9TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2005 BY GOLDEN STATE


    3- Maceo Baston 6'9" 215lbs 31 years old (5/29/75)
    COLLEGE: Michigan
    DRAFT: 29TH PICK IN THE SECOND ROUND IN 1998 BY CHICAGO



    ~~~~~~~~~~
    CENTER
    ~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Troy Murphy 6'11" 245lbs 26 years old (5/2/80)
    COLLEGE: Notre Dame
    DRAFT: 14TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2001 BY GOLDEN STATE (was drafted by the Warriors in 2001 with the Pacer pick acquired in the Jeff Foster for Vonteego Cummings and a #1 pick trade of draft night 1999)



    2- Jeff Foster 6'11" 250lbs 30 years old (1/16/77)
    COLLEGE: Texas State
    DRAFT: 21ST PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 1999 BY GOLDEN STATE


    3- David Harrison 7'0" 280lbs 24 years old (8/15/82)
    COLLEGE: Colorado
    DRAFT: 27TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2004 BY INDIANA

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    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    POINT GUARD
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Jamaal Tinsley 6'3" 183lbs 28 years old (2/28/78)
    COLLEGE: Iowa State
    DRAFT: 27TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2001 BY MEMPHIS


    2- Darrell Armstrong 6'1" 180lbs 38 years old (6/22/68)
    COLLEGE: Fayetteville State
    DRAFT: NONE


    3- Orien Greene 6'4" 208lbs 24 years old (2/4/82)
    COLLEGE: Louisiana-Lafayette
    DRAFT: 23RD PICK IN THE SECOND ROUND IN 2005 BY BOSTON


    4- Keith McLeod 6'2" 190lbs 27 years old (11/5/79)
    COLLEGE: Bowling Green
    DRAFT: NONE



    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    SHOOTING GUARD (all can play SF)
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Mike Dunleavy 6'9" 230lbs 26 years old (9/15/80)
    COLLEGE: Duke
    DRAFT: 3RD PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2002 BY GOLDEN STATE


    2- Marquis Daniels 6'6" 200lbs 26 years old (1/7/81)
    COLLEGE: Auburn
    DRAFT: NONE


    3- Rawle Marshall 6'7" 190lbs 24 years old (2/20/82)
    COLLEGE: Oakland
    DRAFT: NONE



    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    SMALL FORWARD
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Danny Granger 6'9" 228lbs 23 years old (4/20/83)
    COLLEGE: New Mexico
    DRAFT: 17TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2005 BY INDIANA


    2- Shawne Williams 6'9" 225lbs 20 years old (2/16/86)
    COLLEGE: Memphis
    DRAFT: 17TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2006 BY INDIANA



    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    POWER FORWARD
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Jermaine O'Neal 6'11" 260lbs 28 years old (10/13/78)
    COLLEGE: NONE
    DRAFT: 17TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 1996 BY PORTLAND


    2- Ike Diogu 6'8" 255lbs 23 years old (9/11/83)
    COLLEGE: Arizona State
    DRAFT: 9TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2005 BY GOLDEN STATE


    3- Maceo Baston 6'9" 215lbs 31 years old (5/29/75)
    COLLEGE: Michigan
    DRAFT: 29TH PICK IN THE SECOND ROUND IN 1998 BY CHICAGO



    ~~~~~~~~~~
    CENTER
    ~~~~~~~~~~



    1- Troy Murphy 6'11" 245lbs 26 years old (5/2/80)
    COLLEGE: Notre Dame
    DRAFT: 14TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2001 BY GOLDEN STATE (was drafted by the Warriors in 2001 with the Pacer pick acquired in the Jeff Foster for Vonteego Cummings and a #1 pick trade of draft night 1999)



    2- Jeff Foster 6'11" 250lbs 30 years old (1/16/77)
    COLLEGE: Texas State
    DRAFT: 21ST PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 1999 BY GOLDEN STATE


    3- David Harrison 7'0" 280lbs 24 years old (8/15/82)
    COLLEGE: Colorado
    DRAFT: 27TH PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND IN 2004 BY INDIANA
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