Warriors at a glance
New coach. New players. Same old Warriors.
Two years ago, this team was on the verge of a breakthrough. Then it was decimated by free agency and bad trades. Sad. VP Chris Mullins' top priority is to re-sign high flyer Jason Richardson and Troy Murphy, who will at least put a few butts in the seats.
As for wins, let's just say that, deep down inside, we're all winners. It's better this way.
|The starters: Good players everywhere, but no great ones. That's the problem.|
|PF||Troy Murphy||Injuries stole most of last season from fourth-year pro||6|
|SF||Mike Dunleavy||The one guy who'd rather play for the Clippers||6|
|C||Adonal Foyle||Career avg: 4.6 ppg, 5.1 rpg. Deal: 5 years, 41.6 mil. Huh?||6|
|SG||Jason Richardson||Time to live up to his superstar potential||7|
|PG||Speedy Claxton||Will share point duties with Derek Fisher. Enough said||6|
|BENCH||Mexico-born Eduardo Najera adds grit while French import Mickael Pietrus and Latvian 18-year-old Andris Biedrins ooze upside ... and a global perspective.||5|
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