Q&A: Warriors GM Bob Myers on Draymond Green, Steve Kerr, Kevin Durant and More

December 6th, 2016 by Erik Malinowski Leave a reply »

OAKLAND, Calif. — Just a few minutes before the Golden State Warriors pounded the Indiana Pacers 142-106 on Monday night, spurred on by Klay Thompson's inexplicable 60 points through just 29 minutes, Warriors general manager Bob Myers sat in a suite deep inside Oracle Arena thinking about last season versus this one.

A quarter of the way through the 2015-16 campaign, the Warriors were the NBA's darlings, off to a 21-0 start and still basking in the glow of having won their first title in 40 years.

The record was perfect, but not much else was. Head coach Steve Kerr was still recuperating from complications due to offseason back surgery and would be sidelined for another 22 games. The team had to adjust upon his return yet still won a record 73 games. Then MVP Stephen Curry suffered multiple injuries during the first round. The Warriors clawed back from down 3-1 to Oklahoma City in the conference finals, they lost Andrew Bogut to a knee injury when they were up 3-1 in the Finals, Draymond Green was suspended and...

Well, we all know what came next.

This season, the Warriors are 18-3, three games off l ...

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