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    Warriors have had fifth toughest Schedule

    By winning percentage of opponent.

    Without our best player, without Rush, with eight games on the road and a tough schedule, we came out 8-6.

    I am impressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    By winning percentage of opponent.

    Without our best player, without Rush, with eight games on the road and a tough schedule, we came out 8-6.

    I am impressed.
    is bogut really statistically the teams best player right now?

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    whats actually impressive is that you could argue that 3 of their top players have struggled to some extent early on.

    Thompson, Lee, and steph curry

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    Curry is the best player for a lot of reasons. And then D Lee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLbeans View Post
    Curry is the best player for a lot of reasons. And then D Lee.
    give barnes until march....

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    is bogut really statistically the teams best player right now?
    In his peak season he is better than anyone we have.

    So far, Landry has been the best this season for the Warriors. And then Curry.


    I expect it to finish the season with either Bogut or Curry as our best player.

    Curry has been our most clutch player this year.

    In the clutch: Defensive Efficiency is 91 points per 100 possessions. And 111 points per 100 possessions for offense. I think a lot of this is from the Dallas game.

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    1. David Lee.
    2. Andrew Bogut.
    3. Stephen Curry.
    4. Carl Landry.
    5. Brandon Rush.

    and so on...

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    dont know if david lee is our best player- maybe most consistant

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    David Lee is a nice piece to the puzzle, but we'd be in trouble if he was our best player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    David Lee is a nice piece to the puzzle, but we'd be in trouble if he was our best player.
    too bad. he is the team's best player.

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    No, probably not.

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    1) Bogut
    2) Curry
    3) Lee
    4) Landry
    5) Thompson
    6) Barnes

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    What's funny is the Warriors could easily be 10-4 right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    give barnes until march....
    I was going to throw Barnes in there but he's a rookie

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