once again Wednesday, when the Wolves — in the third quarter’s first
seven minutes — committed three times as many turnovers (six) as they
had in the entire first half (two). The Warriors outscored them 37-17
in the quarter, including an 11-0 run that lasted more than four
2004-05 Atlanta Hawks, who went 13-69, to the current group in
making shots,” he said. "But when a veteran team decides to shut you
down on defense, you lose your confidence, and that’s what we had to
do. Once we did that, I felt that we had a good chance at winning.”
Coach Wittman’s press conference was quite interesting after the game.
Usually he walks into the media room and immediately takes questions,
as he finds himself again flabbergasted at how the Wolves were able to
let that night’s game slip away. Tonight, he stepped up to the podium
and began to give a speech on his team’s inability to take a punch.
In essence, he thought the game was over at the first timeout after halftime.
Marko Jaric missed the game with the flu, and Gerald Green took
advantage with 18 points and eight rebounds in 30 minutes of burn.