Monta Ellis and Stephen Curry Are the Golden State Warriors’ Future

February 26th, 2010 by Steven Resnick Leave a reply »
The Golden State Warriors have struggled this season too find any kind of consistent play. So far, the two most consistent players the Warriors have had for the season have been Monta Ellis and Stephen Curry.

Corey Maggette does deserve an honorable mention in terms of consistency as well but has been injured and will be out for a while.

Yet, there are Warrior fans who would like too see Monta Ellis traded. Eric Schembri in his article "Golden State of Depression Ellis, Biedrins, Maggette Need New Homes" would have you believe that Ellis is not a team leader, not an all-star, and is a ball hog.

A direct quote from the article is this one: "The Warriors face right now is Monta Ellis, not an All-Star and not a team leader, a ball hog from Mississippi.  He does not know what the term ‘team play’ means and he wouldn’t know what a “high percentage” shot is if it hit him in the head."

It would be easy to point out during the first four years in the league, Ellis wasn't ever asked to be the leader of the team because there were veteran players on the team such as Baron Davis, Jason Richardson ...

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