Golden State Warriors Team Page


Current Roster:

Starting Lineup:

C Kevon Looney

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F Draymond Green

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F Andrew Wiggins

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G Klay Thompson

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G Stephen Curry

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G Chris Paul

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G Gary Payton II

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F Jonathan Kuminga

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G-F Moses Moody

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F Dario Šarić

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G Cory Joseph

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G Brandin Podziemski

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F-C Usman Garuba (Two-Way)

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F-C Trayce Jackson-Davis

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G-F Lester Quinones (Two-Way)

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G Jerome Robinson (Two-Way)

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G Gui Santos

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Head Coach:

Steve Kerr

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Projected 2023-24 Finish:
Projected Regular Season Finish: 3rd in the Western Conference
Expected Playoff Finish: Projected to lose in the Western Conference Finals
2023-24 Preseason NBA Power Ranking: 8

NBA Draft History (2017-Present):

1st Round Picks (2017-Present):
Jacob Evans (28th overall, 2018)
Jordan Poole (28th overall, 2019)
James Wiseman (2nd overall, 2020)
Jonathan Kuminga (7th overall, 2021)
Moses Moody (14th overall, 2021)
Patrick Baldwin Jr. (28th overall, 2022)
Brandin Podziemski (19th overall, 2023)

2nd Round Picks (2017-Present):
Jordan Bell (38th overall, 2017)
Alen Smailagic (39th overall, 2019)
Eric Paschall (41st overall, 2019)
Nico Mannion (48th overall, 2020)
Justinian Jessup (51st overall, 2020)
Ryan Rollins (44th overall, 2022)
Gui Santos (55th overall, 2022)
Trayce Jackson-Davis (57th overall, 2023)

Best Draft Pick (2017-Present): Jordan Poole
Best 2nd Round Pick (2017-Present): Jordan Bell
Biggest Draft Day Steal (2017-Present): Jordan Poole
Notable Draft Busts (2017-Present): James Wiseman

(The best second round pick came down to Jordan Bell or Eric Paschall, both of whom have very similar win share numbers. Although Paschall did average 14 points per game in his rookie season, it was on a very bad Warriors’ team, and Jordan Bell was a key bench player as a rookie in the 2018 Warriors’ NBA championship team. As Bell has won one ring, and Paschall has not, it was decided that Bell would be chosen as the Warriors’ best second round pick from 2017 to the present.)

Season Reviews:

2020 Golden State Warriors (Season Grade: C-)
2021 Golden State Warriors (Season Grade: B-)
2022 Golden State Warriors (Season Grade: A)

Season Previews:

2023 Golden State Warriors (Prediction: NBA Champions, Result: Lost in the 2nd Round)
2024 Golden State Warriors (Prediction: Lose in the Western Conference Finals, Result: TBD)

Works Cited:
No-Trade Clause
Salary Swish

Player ratings are subject to change as the season progresses. Thanks for reading.

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