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Logos via Sports Logos. Line Score. Four Factors. Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors Q1. But they are not as driven, as deep or as co-ordinated as they have been in years past, and have had to win their playoff series thus far through heavy scoring.
Luckily, their starting backcourt duo of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson have not lost the ability to do that. After a slowish start to the playoffs, Curry is pouring in the production on a par with any other post-season run of his career Toronto were able to overcome Milwaukee with a halfcourt defense so disciplined and sharp in its rotations and help that the Bucks were never able to readily create open looks for their offensive weapons.
As destructive as Milwaukee as a team and Giannis Antetokounmpo as an individual were in the transition game, using the Greek Freak's long strike and relentless dunking power to open up every area of the court against a scrambling defense, they could not do the same in the halfcourt.
If Giannis could not get beyond the first line of the defense consistently with the ball in his hands, no one could, and since no one could, Milwaukee ran out of options.
Defending Golden State's backcourt, however, is very different to defending Golden State's. The notoriously static Eric Bledsoe, who further struggles to shoot jump shots off the dribble, is hereby replaced by the endless off-ball movement of Curry, who also can hit anything from anywhere as the league's truly transcendent shooting talent.
Alongside that, Thompson's ability to shoot in an instant without needing a dribble differs from Khris Middleton's more deliberate, herky-jerky style, requiring a different level of stay-home coverage.
Danny Green can track shooters through screens about as well as anyone, yet the halfcourt movement and decoy threats this duo bring are vastly unlike the attack that the Bucks had.
Milwaukee's guards were not quick or accurate enough in their shooting to take advantage of the slithers of space that Toronto would give up before closing them down.
The Splash Brothers, though, absolutely are. The same formula will not work as well, and so Toronto will need to adjust.
So good are the Raptors' starting forwards Kawhi Leonard and Pascal Siakam that they are now in need of a catchy Splash Brothers-like nickname of their own.
Leonard is playing like a hybrid of Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan. He is unstoppable offensively, combining a series of clear-outs for mid-range jumpers which would be antithetical to the idea of good offense if he didn't hit so damn many of them with big play after big play, as well as being the defensive secret that stymied Giannis.
New owners Jim Fitzgerald and Dan Finane finally managed to return the team to respectability by hiring former Cleveland Cavaliers head coach George Karl as head coach in after selecting St.
The second-half performance by the Warriors' All-Star point guard Sleepy Floyd still stands as the NBA playoff record for points scored in a quarter 29 and in a half His six consecutive field goals in the fourth quarter led to a point finish for him and a victory for the Warriors.
The "Sleepy Floyd game" catalyzed increased interest in the NBA in the Bay Area; so did new coach Don Nelson , who engineered a string of wins in the late s and early s with the high-scoring trio of point guard Tim Hardaway , guard Mitch Richmond and forward Chris Mullin.
Nelson sent Richmond to the Sacramento Kings for rookie power forward Billy Owens , a promising young front-court player meant to complement the coach's run-and-gun system.
Nelson had been brought to the Warriors from the Milwaukee Bucks by Jim Fitzgerald , who co-owned the team from and with Dan Finnane.
In —94 , with first-round draft pick and Rookie of the Year power forward Chris Webber playing with off-guard Latrell Sprewell , the Warriors made the playoffs.
At the start of the next season, however, a rift formed between Webber and Sprewell on the one hand and Nelson on the other. All three soon left the team, and the organization went into a tailspin.
The —95 season was the first under new team owner Chris Cohan , who had bought out Fitzgerald and Finnane.
The Warriors selected power forward prospect Joe Smith as their first overall draft pick in and hired Rick Adelman as the new head coach. They sent Tim Hardaway and Chris Gatling to the Miami Heat for Kevin Willis and Bimbo Coles midway through the —96 season , and ended up with a 36—46 record, three wins short of making the playoffs.
While their home court, the Oakland Coliseum Arena, was being extensively renovated, the —97 Warriors played their home games in the San Jose Arena and struggled to a 30—52 finish.
Longtime Seton Hall college coach P. Carlesimo , who had been recently fired by the Portland Trail Blazers , replaced Adelman as head coach for the —98 season.
Jean that Sprewell would never play for the Warriors again. Jean had become the new Warriors' general manager in July ; he and his predecessor Dave Twardzik received much of the blame for the Warriors' struggles early in Cohan's turbulent tenure as owner in addition to Cohan himself.
Jean did, however, draft future two-time NBA slam dunk champion off-guard Jason Richardson from Michigan State , a Warriors' star scorer through the —07 season.
For a few years, with rising stars Richardson, small forward Antawn Jamison and point guard Gilbert Arenas leading the team, the Warriors seemed like a team on the rise; but the young Warriors did not have enough in the competitive Western Conference to make the playoffs.
After the —03 season , St. Jean's earlier mistakes of committing money to players like Danny Fortson , Adonal Foyle and Erick Dampier were painfully felt by Warriors' fans when the team was unable to re-sign Arenas despite his desire to stay in the Bay Area.
A new rule was implemented in response to second-round draft picks who quickly become superstars.
Chris Mullin succeeded St. At the trading deadline, he bolstered to the team with the acquisition of point guard Baron Davis , bringing to the team its first superstar since Mullin himself.
The Warriors enjoyed a great start to the —06 season, entering the new year with a plus. Davis often found himself at odds with new head coach Mike Montgomery used to dealing with college players in his long tenure at Stanford and failed to remain healthy, playing in just 54 games.
On April 5, , the Warriors were officially eliminated from playoff contention in a — overtime loss to the Hornets , extending their playoff drought to 12 seasons.
Entering the —07 season, the Warriors held the active record 12 for the most consecutive seasons without a playoff appearance see Active NBA non-playoff appearance streaks.
During the off-season, Golden State announced that it had bought out the remaining two years of coach Montgomery's contract and hired previous Golden State and former Dallas Mavericks coach Don Nelson to take over for him.
During training camp, small forward Matt Barnes established himself in the rotation. On March 4, , the Warriors suffered a — loss in Washington, the Wizards handing them their 6th straight loss when former Warrior Arenas hit a technical free throw with less than one second remaining after Nelson had protested a controversial call with the Warriors ahead by a slim margin.
The loss dropped them to 26— March 4 marked the turning point for the Warriors. The Warriors closed out the regular season 42—40 at 16—5 in their last 21 games.
A close Game 5 saw the Mavericks eke out a — victory with a last-minute surge led by superstar forward Dirk Nowitzki to send the series back to California at 3—2.
It was an upset in name only, given the fact that the Warriors had swept the Mavericks in the regular season series. The Warriors went on to play the Utah Jazz in the second round of the —07 playoffs, where they dropped two close games at EnergySolutions Arena to open the series.
The series then shifted to the Oracle Arena, where the Warriors won Game 3 in a convincing blowout. Davis scored 32 points and electrified the crowd with a monster dunk on Jazz forward Andrei Kirilenko late in the fourth quarter, but they lost Game 4 at home, their first loss in Oakland in well over a month and the Jazz closed them out in Game 5 in Salt Lake City.
In the —08 season, the Warriors faced early difficulties in their attempt to return to the playoffs. Richardson was traded to the Charlotte Bobcats for rookie Brandan Wright.
To make things even worse, Jackson was suspended for seven games over a firearm incident. They opened the season with six straight losses, but Ellis' rise, Davis' solid injury-free season The Western Conference was very strong that season; every playoff team won 50 games, leaving the Warriors two games out of the last playoff spot.
The Warriors sold out nearly every home game during the season averaging 19, per game, the highest in team history.
In the off-season, Baron Davis opted to return to his home town and sign with the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Warriors had a disappointing —09 season , finishing 29— Ellis was injured in a moped accident, and suspended for 30 games for riding the vehicle against the terms of his contract, depriving the Warriors of their top player.
They traded disenchanted forward Al Harrington to the New York Knicks for guard Jamal Crawford , and were undone by injuries and the minimal experience of their young players such as Anthony Morrow and Brandan Wright.
Coach Nelson often had to make adjustments to the starting lineups since many of the original starters missed games due to injuries.
Despite the team's losing record, the Warriors were hard to beat when they had a healthy lineup and a strong bench.
With leadership and improvement in their young players, they were sometimes able to defeat powerhouse teams such as the Boston Celtics, 99— The Warriors had another injury-prone year in —10  as they were consistently unable to field their ideal starting lineup.
Four days later, they signed center Chris Hunter. Starting in January , they issued multiple day contracts, most notably to power forward Anthony Tolliver from the Idaho Stampede.
Due to their multiple injuries, they were granted an exception allowing them to sign Reggie Williams from the Sioux Falls Skyforce to a day contract on March 2.
They eventually waived the injured Bell to sign Williams for the rest of the year and finished the season 26—56, failing to make the playoffs.
They also introduced a modernized version of their "The City" logo depicting the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge , and switched to a simplified color scheme of royal blue and gold.
They also introduced new uniforms reminiscent of the —71 "The City" uniforms. The Warriors made an off-season trade that sent Turiaf, Randolph and Kelenna Azubuike to the New York Knicks in return for star high-scoring power forward David Lee via a sign-and-trade.
Johnson, Bruce Karsh , Jeffrey A. The Warriors continued their off-season signing spree by adding Harvard guard Jeremy Lin to their roster with a one-year partially guaranteed contract containing a second-year team option; Lin became the first Taiwanese-American player in NBA history.
After coach Don Nelson resigned in September , assistant coach Keith Smart was hired as the team's new head coach. The Warriors won 36 games and failed to make the playoffs in — The team broke a franchise record with 21 made three-pointers in a win against the Orlando Magic.
On February 27, Murphy and the Warriors reached a buyout agreement and he was waived. In a win against the Portland Trail Blazers , Wright then broke another NBA record, becoming the first player to have scored more points in his seventh season than in all his first six seasons combined.
Wright ended the season with the most three-pointers made in the NBA that season with , as well as the most three-pointers attempted with ; each mark set a new Warriors franchise record.
Due to the NBA lockout , Jackson could not establish his system in training camp. Hindered by several injuries to key players, the team then entered into another chaotic rebuilding phase.
Team leader Monta Ellis was traded in mid-March , along with Kwame Brown and Ekpe Udoh , to the Milwaukee Bucks for center Andrew Bogut out injured for the season and former Warrior small forward Stephen Jackson, who without playing a game for the Warriors was quickly traded to the San Antonio Spurs for Richard Jefferson and a conditional first-round pick on March These moves saw the rise of Stephen Curry and David Lee to team co-captains, and saw Thompson move into a starting role.
However, Curry suffered a series of ankle and foot-related injuries     that limited him to 26 regular-season games.
The Warriors' off-season moves changed the course of the franchise. According to sportswriter Anthony Slater, in this draft, "Golden State got a starter [Barnes], a rotation player [Ezeli] and a transcendent talent that perfectly fit the small-ball direction of the league [Green].
Despite early-season injuries to Brandon Rush and Andrew Bogut, and despite starting two rookies Barnes and Ezeli , the —13 Warriors had one of their best starts in decades.
The team earned 20 wins in less than 30 games played for the first time since The Warriors also achieved a milestone by completing their first ever 6—1 road trip in franchise history, including a 97—95 win over the defending champion Heat in Miami.
On April 9, , with a win over the Minnesota Timberwolves , the Warriors clinched the playoffs for the second time in 19 years and the first time since the —07 "We Believe" Warriors.
This time, the local battle cry was "We Belong". The team finished the season with a record of 47—35, earning the sixth seed in the Western Conference, and defeated the Denver Nuggets in the first round of the playoffs by winning four out of six games.
They lost in the second round to the San Antonio Spurs , four games to two. This was the first playoff experience for all of the starters of this group except for Andrew Bogut.
Curry and Klay Thompson, dubbed the " Splash Brothers "  by team employee Brian Witt  for their backcourt shooting prowess, combined for three-pointers during the season, easily besting the prior record of set by the Orlando Magic's Nick Anderson and Dennis Scott in — The Warriors began the —14 season showing flashes of brilliance and also plenty of lapses.
In early December their record was 12—9, as compared to 17—4 the year before. One challenging factor was a tough starting schedule that saw them play 14 of their first 22 games on the road, including 10 games against teams holding playoff spots in the standings.
A stream of injuries also held the team back, including injuries to Ezeli, Douglas, and O'Neal. Most prominently of all, Iguodala suffered a hamstring pull in late November that kept him out for over a month; during this period, the Warriors' performance suffered significantly on both the defensive and offensive ends of the court and the team posted a losing 5—7 record while revealing a lack of bench depth.
With Iguodala back in the lineup, the Warriors went on a game winning streak that included six consecutive wins on a single road trip, tying an NBA record.
The winning streak was the longest for the franchise since the championship year, and fell just one win short of the team record of 11 consecutive wins.
On April 11, in a —95 stomping of the Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center, the Warriors clinched a playoff berth in consecutive seasons for the first time since and However, just one day earlier in a loss against the Portland Trail Blazers , Andrew Bogut suffered a cracked rib that would keep him out of the post-season; the injury dealt a big blow to the sixth-seed Warriors' playoff hopes.
Even as the team rolled towards the post-season, signs emerged of trouble in the Warriors' front office. On March 25, the team reassigned assistant coach Brian Scalabrine to the team's NBA Development League Affiliate in Santa Cruz because of what head coach Mark Jackson called a "difference in philosophies"  and what unnamed league sources cited by Yahoo!
Sports called "an increasingly dysfunctional atmosphere" on the Warriors' coaching staff. The Warriors ended the season with a record of 51— The team won more than 50 games for only the fourth time in franchise history, finished 20 games over.
Even without Bogut, the Warriors battled the third-seed Los Angeles Clippers to a seventh and deciding game in the first round of the playoffs before their —14 season came to an end.
It was season of many thrilling moments; the Warriors played in 17 regular-season games decided by two points or less, six games decided by winning shots in the final three seconds, and seven comeback wins in which the Warriors had been behind by 15 or more points.
Curry and Klay Thompson continued to set league records in three-point shooting. Curry, who finished the season with threes, set an individual record for most three-pointers in a span of two seasons with , surpassing the previous mark of set by former Seattle SuperSonics legend Ray Allen in —05 and — Together, Thompson and Curry combined for threes on the year, besting by one the NBA record they had set the year before.
Jackson was fired as coach on May 6, ,  despite a unanimous declaration of support from his players  and a three-year — Over the 17 years before Jackson took the helm in , the franchise had averaged Questo ha permesso agli Warriors di migliorare le rotazioni difensive, costringendo i comprimari di Toronto a costruire qualcosa dal palleggio — il maggiore difetto del supporting cast canadese.
Con lui in campo in queste prime due partite gli Warriors hanno concesso appena Il gioco dal gomito di Cousins ha permesso agli Warriors di innescare la girandola di movimenti, tagli e blocchi lontano dalla palla che hanno definito la loro dinastia.
Curry ha chiuso con ben quattro screen assist il migliore dei suoi mandando in cortocircuito la difesa dei Raptors. Con 19 punti dei panchinari e 22 assist su 22 canestri realizzati nella ripresa, gli Warriors nel momento del bisogno hanno mostrato il loro lato migliore, abbinando tecnica e altruismo in un connubio esaltante e soprattutto vincente.
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