The Golden State Warriors enter the 2015-16 season as NBA champions, and with the beginning of the 2015-16 season right around the corner, they are about to begin their quest to defend their title.
They are still equipped with the deepest roster in the NBA. They didn’t make many dazzling changes in the offseason (they didn’t need to), and their rotation will most likely be relatively the same this upcoming season with a few minor changes.
The Golden State Warriors have already clinched the Pacific Division title, clinched the Western Conference title, and have broken the franchise record for most wins in a single season. They also still own the best record in the NBA at 61-13.
In this week’s Warriors Mailbag, we will discuss what the Warriors’ playoff rotation will be, who is more important to the Warriors in the playoffs, Andrew Bogut or Draymond Green, and if it’s championship or bust for the Warriors.
The Golden State Warriors clinched their first Pacific Division title since the 1975-76 season. The Warriors are also one win away from tying the franchise record for most wins in a season at 59, and they still own the best record in the NBA at 58-13.
In this week’s Warriors Mailbag post, we will discuss the best possible first round matchup for the Warriors, if Klay Thompson is the most important Warriors player behind Stephen Curry, and if the Warriors will regret not trading David Lee.
The Golden State Warriors currently have the best record in the NBA at 53-13, and they clinched their third consecutive playoff berth on Monday. Even though the Warriors have had such a dominant season, there are still many topics to discuss.
In the Golden State Warriors’ recent turnaround from one of the worst teams in the NBA to one of the best teams in the NBA, there were several key moments. When the Warriors drafted Stephen Curry with the seventh overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft, that was the beginning of the turnaround. When Joe Lacob and Peter Guber bought the team, the culture started to change.
Here at Golden Gate Sports, we’re going to start a weekly post answering fans’ questions about the Golden State Warriors. I asked Warriors fans over Twitter what questions they had, and I chose the best ones to answer in this first edition of the Warriors Mailbag.