The Golden State Warriors come into the season after a dismal 29-53 record in 2008-2009. Look for the wins to improve, but not by much. The Warriors roster is filled with guards and not very many big men. So, the key to the Warriors season is rebounding and not giving up second chance points. Another key to the Warriors season is being able to protect the ball and not turn it over. Which is weird, considering that the Warriors offense is guard oriented, you'd figure they'd be pretty good ball handlers. Lastly, the most important thing for the Warriors to improve on is defense. Too many times last year there was either no defensive effort or too many easy baskets by opponents. The Warriors best defender is Stephen Jackson, in terms of his ability to guard his man one-on-one, but he wants ou ...
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Article written by Steven Resnick