What's funny is that in the short term, the Warriors are one of a few teams that doesn't really need our parts. They too are strong at center and point guard with Dampier and [email protected]Originally posted by <b>basghetti80</b>!
Mike Dunleavy, Jr.
Now my question is what does it take to pry him away from Golden State?
"The knee is not letting me do it,'' Van Exel said before going on the IL on Jan. 15. "I'm not able to do what I need to do out there. That's what is so frustrating.''
His frustration boiled over during a series of postgame outbursts early this month, when the Warriors were in the midst of a 3-12 stretch that followed a 14-13 start. Van Exel groused about Musselman's failure to define roles for his players and create an identity on offense. He also contended that the Warriors were underachieving, a view that bothered Musselman, who has coached shorthanded all season.