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Warriors Are a New Team

  1. Paul Edmondson profile image
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    Paul Edmondsonposted 5 years ago

    No matter how game 6 goes down against the Spurs, this Warriors team is a new team.  It's kind of amazing to have watched them all year long and now see them perform at another level.  The two that have done the most growing to me are Barnes and Bogut.  They still need the other guys to be good, but I like their chances...just hope they can get Curry a little more healthy.

    1. BigEd5857 profile image61
      BigEd5857posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Boy oh boy, isn't that a fact. Having Bogut healthy has made a world of difference,  Harrison is having an an amazing playoffs and I am looking forward how good he becomes.  Agreed, we need Steph to get, and remain healthy.  It sure has been exciting watching this new level of play from all involved.  I have to add , I think Mark Jackson is a great coach and gets the most out this group.

    2. Darren Owens profile image61
      Darren Owensposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      What a great season for the Warriors! They came up short tonight, but their future looks very promising. Watched just about every game this season, and lost my voice for 3 days cheering them on in Oracle during the Denver series. Looking forward to next season, and hoping they can win a championship in the near future with Curry. Go Warriors!

  2. Paul Edmondson profile image
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    Paul Edmondsonposted 5 years ago

    It will be interesting to see how Bogut and Curry hold up next year.  Barns and Thompson seem durable.  If they could get a some more offense out of Bogut, they'll be really tough.  The team made great strides this year.  It will be interesting to see what moves they make.  I think if they can get that super cool arena built on the water, they could become a premere franchise.

    1. Darren Owens profile image61
      Darren Owensposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Yeah they need to stay healthy, but I don't see Bogut playing the whole year healthy. They need to get another big body who can score and rebound. I think they will do that in the off season with a trade or signing.  I think it may have to come by trade though. All in all, Warriors should be pretty solid for the years to come, especially if they can get some more scoring in the paint. As much as I love Oracle, I think the move will benefit the team and attract free agents to come here, especially with the young talent the warriors have.

  3. Alphadogg16 profile image92
    Alphadogg16posted 5 years ago

    The Warriors are a very good, young team....the question is, will they be able to keep their core away from free agency. A lot of teams are going to come after that youth/talent with the run they made this year. If they can keep them together and add a view veteran pieces, the Warriors will definitely contend in the West.

 
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