The Golden State Warriors Shouldn’t Panic…Yet

March 15th, 2010 by Ashwath Krishna Leave a reply »
I don't need to recap this season. We all know that watching the Warriors has often been like watching amateur erotic theatre—occasionally brilliant, occasionally frustrating, but nearly always painful as they find a way to mess things up. (This is not meant to disparage hard-working amateur erotic theatre performers or their fans.)

Having said that, we all know what the brightest G-spots in the sea of flesh and premature ejaculations has been: the rapid development of Stephen Curry and the consistent scoring of Monta Ellis.

(Okay, I'll stop the erotic theatre references now.)

After watching the last game against the Raptors, I was further convinced that Warriors management have to give Monta and Steph a full year to develop. Already, despite the Monta-Curry compatibility issue, they're the most dynamic backcourt in the league.

Sure, they're a little lacking on defense, but if the Dubs re-sign Raja Bell, they can bring him off the bench if Monta or Steph are getting blown away on a particular night. We don't need them to be absolute lockdown guys.

Having said that, I do believe there are some things management and th ...

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