Warriors Goal By The End Of the Season: Catch The Kings

December 30th, 2009 by Steven Resnick Leave a reply »
At this point of the season for the Golden State Warriors, the playoffs shouldn't be anywhere near the team's mind, but there should be a reasonable goal to finish the season and that is to surpass the Sacramento Kings for third in the Pacific division.

Currently the Warriors have a record of 9-22, while the Kings have a record of 14-16. I believe this is definitely a plausible goal for the Warriors after their recent play and the returns of both Andris Biedrins and Ronny Turiaf.

In the three games that Turiaf has been back, the Warriors are 2-1 and with Biedrins back the Warriors are 1-1. The teams that the Warriors have beaten with the help of Turiaf were the Phoenix Suns and the Boston Celtics and the loss came to the Lakers. Biedrins returned for the win against the Celtics and the loss against the Lakers.

Even with the loss to the Lakers, the Warriors played extremely well. The question of what if comes to mind if Turiaf and Biedrins had been healthy throughout the season, would the Warriors have pulled out a few more wins.

Against the Lakers last night, the Warriors shot 55.4 percent from the field and on the 46 field goals made ...

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