Golden State Warriors 2009-2010 Season-In-Review

April 19th, 2010 by Mihir Bhagat Leave a reply »
The 2010 NBA Playoffs are underway and, for the 15th time in 16 seasons, the Golden State Warriors will be watching it at home.

The team earned a record of 26-14 (.314), which tied them for the fourth worst in the league. It was a season filled with a lot of disappointing moments.

The Warriors continued to play Nellie ball which consists of a high-octane offense. This style of play has enticed fans all across the league and makes the Warriors an extremely entertaining team to watch. In fact, the team ranked second in points scored, only behind the division-rival Phoenix Suns.

Meanwhile, though, their defense simply couldn’t stop anyone. They allowed the most points in the league with 112.4

While it may not seem so, this season was rather significant.

It all started with the Captain Jack saga, which Warriors fans probably won’t forget for a while. Early in the season, he made it clear that he was disgruntled with the organization, and wanted out.

The trade was inevitable, but few expected that they would get such little value for him. On November 17, the team traded him to the Charlotte Bobcats for R ...

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