Which Golden State Warriors Youngster Has the Highest Upside?

January 8th, 2013 by Scott Burns Leave a reply »
The Golden State Warriors youngsters are producing at a level that is helping keep the team within the Western Conference playoff chase and in competition for the Pacific Division crown.  Harrison Barnes is the highest producing rookie in the draft class, but Draymond Green, Festus Ezeli and even Kent Bazemore are putting in quality minutes.

This is only their rookie season and they still have a lot to learn, but they have showed some of the skills that have gotten them to this level.  Who has the most potential and who is suited to become the biggest breakout player of the group?

 

 

Kent Bazemore

Kent Bazemore is the only rookie to make the team that wasn’t drafted.  He earned his spot with his solid play during the NBA Summer League and is known primarily as a defensive stopper.  He is also known for being the guy on the end of the bench who puts on the best team celebrations.

Bazemore was finally able to celebrate for himself as he made his first NBA basket on the road against the Orlando Magic on December 14.  He will really need to contribu ...

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