VIDEO: Mark Jackson, David Lee Discuss Victory Over Cavaliers

Road games have been the bane of the Golden State Warriors' existence in recent memory, but have managed to string along two, count 'em two, road wins in a row, and now head to New Jersey to take on the Nets.

Warriors head coach Mark Jackson was pleased with his players performance last night at Quicken Loans Arena, and is hopefull that these recent wins are the start of something new.

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The lynchpin of the W's recent success on the floor has been power forward David Lee, who spoke about what his play as of late has meant to the team.

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The W's still have lots of time to get themselves into position for a playoff run, and quality road wins will certainly help their chances along the way.

For more in depth discussion and analysis of the Golden State Warriors, make sure to head over to Golden State of Mind to get in on the action and show off your fanhood.

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