Golden State Warriors


Roster (14 spots – 1 open)

Stephen Curry PG

Klay Thompson SG

Draymond Green PF

D’Angelo Russell PG/SG

Kevin Looney C

Willie Cauley-Stein C

Alfonzo McKinnie PF

Jacob Evans SG

Jordon Poole SG

Eric Paschall PF

Alen Smailagic PF

Alec Burks SG

Omari Spellman SF

Glen Robinson III SG/SF


Two Way

Julian Washburn SG

Marcus Dickerson PF


Starting 5

Stephen Curry PG

D’Angelo Russell/Klay Thompson SG

Draymond Green SF

Willie Cauley Stein – PF

Kevin Looney – C


Outgoing Players (9)

Kevin Durant ( FA, Nets)

DeMarcus Cousins (FA, Lakers)

Quinn Cook (FA, Lakers)

Shawn Livingston (FA)

Andre Iguodala (Trade – Memphis/FA- Buyout)

Damian Jones (FA)

Jonas Jerebko (FA)

Jordan Bell (FA, Min)

Andrew Bogut (FA)


Incoming Players

D’Angelo  Russell PG (Trade, BRK)

Willie Cauley Stein C (FA, SAC)

Jordan Poole SG (28th pick 2019 NBA Draft)

Eric Paschall PF (41st pick 2019 NBA Draft)

Alen Smailagic PF (Trade NOP, 39th pick 2019 NBA Draft)

Alec Burks SG ( FA, SAC)

Omari Spellman SF (Trade, ATL)

Glen Robinson III SG/SF (FA, DET)


2018-19 Final Regular Season Standing: 1st Western Conference (57-25)

2019-20 Projected Season Standing: 6th Western Conference (49-33)


The Warriors are hurting. The dynasty may be over. They were the odds on favorite last year to win the championship.The ended up falling to the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Finals. Injuries to star players Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson didn’t help. Now with Durant and much of the roster gone, and Klay Thompson out for a good portion of next season after an ACL injury in game 6, the Warriors are trying to climb out of the rubble and salvage a team.

Many will argue that they still have four all stars in Stephen Curry, De’Angelo Russell, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green and are still a force to be reckoned with, or at least they are not be underestimated, or thought to be toppled. Thompson will miss at least until February, healing from a torn ACL, and the Warriors will miss him sorely. De’Angelo Russell will take over at  starting shooting guard till he returns. Draymond Green might start back at SF with all the gaps and lack of solid talent.

There are a a lot of holes on the bench the Warriors will try to fill with rookies and young role players. Andre Iguodala was big lift off the bench and the heart of the team. Without him as a linchpin, it is going to be tough to get near the 57 wins from last season or contend in a west that got tougher over the summer. The Warriors also lost back up point guard Shawn Livingston, the ever energized Quinn Cook, as well as big man Jordan Bell. it will not be easy to replace these players. The Warriors are really going to have to depend on guys like Paschall, Smailagic, Poole, Spellman, and Robinson III to make an impact. Not looking good for Golden State, as they move to their new home across the bay in San Francisco.




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