The Morning Report: Monta wants out?Filed under: The Morning Report;
This is the debut of what will be a daily feature here at 48minutes.net, a Warriors-only compendium of media sightings from the last 24 hours, including articles (from dead-tree media and the fabulous Interwebs), blogs, Tweets, radio spots, video feeds and anything else I can get my hands on.
Jonathan Abrams of the New York Times: Monta Ellis may ask out of the #Warriors too soon, via some1 in his camp. Still bitterness on both sides from the mo-ped fiasco.
San Jose Mercury News (Tim Kawakami): “Jackson and Ellis, good friends, were making a key point: They’re both 10 times smarter than team management and they don’t care if any of us know it.” Yeouch. (Copy from Honolulu Advertiser because mercurynews.com has no Kawakami love.)
Contra Costa Times (Marcus Thompson II): Drama, drama and oh, here’s a side helping of drama to start the season.
Contra Costa Times (Cam Inman): So, if Stephen Jackson and Monta Ellis are brats, what does that make Don Nelson for naming them captains?
San Francisco Chronicle (Rusty Simmons): A look at the logjam at point guard.
San Francisco Chronicle (Rusty Simmons): More Jackson quotes (well, technically, some of the same Jackson quotes as are here and here, but that’s a small quibble.)
Fanhouse (Matt Steinmetz): Ellis can’t play with Curry.
Fanhouse (Matt Steinmetz): Jackson unhappy with Warriors’ moves, post-We Believe.
Inside the Warriors (Marcus Thompson II): More of the same.
Fast Break (Adam Lauridsen): Analyzing the quotes from Jackson and Ellis. (Diagnosis: Not good.)
Fear The Beard (Daniel Turman): Jackson as The Grinch Who Stole Media Day.
5 Responses to “The Morning Report: Monta wants out?”
It’s about time someone organized all the Warriors coverage into one handy, easy-to-find place. Good work, Geoff!
Geoff Lepper September 29th, 2009 at 9:19 am
Turbow, is that you?
Don't steal September 29th, 2009 at 1:53 pm
What about bob?
JustPuked September 29th, 2009 at 2:03 pm
So glad you’re back. I can’t give 48minutes.net enough love.
Hey, if we can’t have a championship season, how about a train wreck?
ALl this is to play to Cohan and gain control and $ in the process. Nellie will blame Rowell, have him fired, and then get for himself a new title and contract to save the team.
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