NBA Pre-Draft Analysis: Golden State Warriors

June 19th, 2010 by Jeremy Smith Leave a reply »
Who is really to say what happens with this pick? The franchise is in a bit of disarray right now between trying to figure out who is going to coach it and trying to improve a roster that is lacking in some key areas. But hey, they have that nifty new logo right? 

Rumors abound as to who the Warriors like at this spot. And while names like Xavier Henry have been bandied about, the only real certainty on this roster is that it is loaded at the guard and wing spots. There are plenty of guys on this team who can shoot the ball. What is needed are guys that can do something else.

Anthony Tolliver proved to be a nice edition for the Warriors, averaging 12 points and seven boards over 44 games. He was the pick-me-up in the post last season, much like Anthony Randolph could be if he is healthy - and the Warriors don't trade him - this season. A healthy Andris Biedrins would also go a long way toward solving some of the GS front court issues. But even with productivity from Biedrins and Randolph, the only other real help in the paint is Ronny Turiaf, who is a nice energy guy off the bench but little more. Chris Hunter may develop over time, and it is painfully ...

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