Golden State Warrior
Rick Barry
Golden State Warrior
Chris Mullin
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GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS ROSTER (* PER = Player Efficiency Rating)
POS PLAYER HT YEAR AGE PTS REB AST PER*
G TIM HARDAWAY 6-0 1991 24 22.9 4.0 9.7 20.9
Comment: Remember when Run-TMC made the Warriors the most exciting team in the league?
G CHRIS MULLIN 6-6 1990 26 25.1 5.9 4.1 22.7
Comment: With his deadly left stroke, averaged 25+ per game five straight years while making five All-Star teams
G MITCH RICHMOND 6-5 1991 25 23.9 5.9 3.1 17.8
Comment: Averaged at least 21.9 first 10 years in the league; six-time All-Star with Kings, but first starred with Warriors
G LATRELL SPREWELL 6-5 1997 26 24.2 4.6 6.3 19.7
Comment: Actually made 1st-team All-NBA in '94, but '97 was probably his best all-around year
G/F JEFF MULLINS 6-4 1969 26 22.8 5.8 4.3 18.9
Comment: Still considered by some the greatest player in Duke history, made three All-Star teams with Warriors
F RICK BARRY 6-7 1975 30 30.6 5.7 6.2 23.5
Comment: Never the most-liked player, but few could fill the net like him: led Warriors to NBA title in '75 while making 1st-team All-NBA
F LARRY SMITH 6-8 1985 27 11.1 10.9 1.2 15.1
Comment: Why is he on this team? Because he could rebound and his nickname was "Mr. Mean"
F ANTAWN JAMISON 6-8 2001 24 24.9 8.7 2.0 19.0
Comment: Warriors have history of trading their best big men -- see also Parish, Webber
C NATE THURMOND 6-11 1972 30 21.4 16.1 2.9 18.7
Comment: Hall of Famer was great rebounder and tough defender (2nd-team all-D in '72)
C JOE BARRY CARROLL 7-0 1983 24 24.1 8.7 2.1 20.1
Comment: Much-maligned (he was traded for McHale and Parish), but did make one All-Star team

SCOUTING REPORT: This team is undersized, so it will have to rely on a fast-paced offense and guys who shoot the rock and score from any place on the court. With Hardaway running the point, the Warriors have one of the game's best distributors; Mullin and Barry are two of the best shooters of all time. Thurmond will have to stay out of foul trouble and Mr. Mean is around to throw a few elbows, but lack of size will be a problem against the Rockets.