Curry has been injury prone, but last season had disaster written all over it. He didn't have time to get his ankle ready for the NBA season, and he didn't go through any physical therapy. This off-season he had surgery to clean his ankle, is going through physical therapy, and will have plenty of time to get his ankle ready for the season. As for Bogut, in my opinion he's not really injury prone. His injuries are more freak occurrences really. He's never had the same injury twice. I expect him to be fully healthy, and I'm honestly not worries about him at all.
Regarding Barnes Scoring:
Like I said Barnes is by far the most polished player in the draft, and I don't think asking for 15 points per game is too much. He's got the ability to do so, and he'll get his shots, that's for sure.
Regarding Playoff Experience:
You don't really need "playoff experience" to make it to the post-season, but of course it's nice to have. I don't think the fact that Jefferson is no longer a great player matters much. He still has the leadership skills & experience to get respect from the other guys, and they listen to him. Jack also has some playoff experience & so does Bogut.
Regarding Better Teams:
I wouldn't put the Nuggets ahead of us. They have a ton of depth which was really a key for them last season because of the schedule, I think this season it wont matter as much, and I think are starting five is better than there's at every position except Small Forward. And I also think the Grizzlies will have a fallout next season, and if Curry & Thompson develop faster then expected I can see us up there with the Clippers. And I didn't really expect a fair answer in this forum, and I don't think I'm trolling since I feel I'm being reasonable, but I was shocked that not one person had the Warriors in the playoffs.