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Golden State Warriors Ready To Bring Home Another Title?
The Golden State Warriors have had some lean years, and they have had some terrific years. Even under Don Nelson's first stints at head coach when the team may not have been winning many games, the team still had a lot of fun with the combination of Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond and Chris Mullin. Mullin, Richmond and Hardaway could all shoot the lights out from the outside. The truth of the matter is that with Nellie Ball going on, you could see the team scoring a lot of points, but they simply weren't playing enough defense in order to win games in a competitive Western Conference.
Leadership This is sort of a theme with the Golden State Warriors franchise. You had some capable scorers on the roster at all times, like LaTrell Sprewell and Monta Ellis for example, but because of a lack of emphasis on the defensive side of the floor, the Warriors were unable to win an NBA Title in over 40 years. Rick Barry understood the value of playing good defense, and this is a big reason why the team won a Championship in 1975. What was lacking during the Garry St. Jean years or the George Karl years when these two men were at the helm? You didn't see any kind of enforcer out there on the floor, no one like an Andrew Bogut to help knock people driving to the basket to the ground. Felton Spencer was fleet of food for a big man, but he wasn't exactly intimidating as an inside presence.
Discussion There was a large amount of discussion about moving the team out of Oakland. During a number of those rough years in the early 2000s, you saw the team leaning on players like Jason Caffey and Erick Dampier. Dampier and Caffey were serviceable when rebounding and playing with their back to the basket, but you can't depend upon those two men to try and go deep into the playoffs. Dave Cowens tried to bring toughness to the Golden State Warriors roster, but the players simply weren't buying many of his methods.
New Ownership The team needed new ownership if they were going to be able to climb above the small progress that the team made under Don Nelson in his second stint with the organization. Baron Davis deserves a lot of credit for the success that the team had during the second Nellie stint. You had other players that weren't quite able to breakthrough and have winning seasons in Golden State. The truth of the matter is that once Larry Lacob bought a share of the team and hired General Manager Bob Meyer, that was when the team truly appeared to take off.
The team was able to put Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson in the best possible position to win. Steve Kerr was named the head coach, and he was assisted by a great staff, including people like Ron Adams. You have to be able to mix and match with a talented roster like this. There are a number of people that might say that the signing of Shaun Livingston may have made the biggest difference.