Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Randolph Scores 42 in Win Over Bulls

The Warriors are now 3-1 in Summer League play after defeating the Pistons and now the Bulls. Much of the Warriors success can be attributed to the play of Anthony Randolph, who is a class above the players in summer competition. In tonight's victory over the Bulls, Randolph scored 42 points.

Absent in today's action was the Summer League sensation Cartier Martin, who has opened the eyes of Warriors fans and NBA GM's alike. Martin sat out to rest a strained left shoulder. Martin has proven to be worthy of a spot on the Warriors roster, a roster already glutted with wings. There is the possibility than Martin will get a chance to shine when Corey Maggette goes down with (fill-in-the-blank) injury. Martin and Maggettte have similar attributes, the main difference is about $20 million.

Sure, this roster has an abundance of wings, but the Warriors can never have too much depth, considering how injuries plagued this team last season, combined with Don Nelson's frenetic playing style. Some one will go down at some point and Martin will get his chance to be part of the Warriors future.

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