Even though the NBA regular season does not start until the last days of October and November, the NBA Summer League is in full swing, and if the Summer League is any indication of the possible success the Golden State Warriors could have in the coming season, than they should be an elite team next year.
The Warriors are undefeated in the Las Vegas Summer League. They beat the Charlotte Bobcats on Sunday, and they will move into the inaugural championship game of the Summer League.
In the Las Vegas Summer League Tournament Bracket, the Warriors, the one seed, have defeated the Dallas Mavericks and Los Angeles Lakers. The Dubs also have victories against the Washington Wizards, Sacramento Kings and Milwaukee Bucks.
Kent Bazemore has been leading the Warriors in the Summer League averaging just under 20 points per game with a 25 and 26-point performance. Watch as Bazemore slams the ball down over Jackie Carmichael.
Bazemore has been huge for the Dubs and looks ready to make an impact next season.
Another pleasant surprise has been undrafted rookie from Belmont, Ian Clark. Clark is averaging 9.4 points and 2.0 rebounds per game coming off the bench. Additionally, NBADL player ,Cameron Jones, is averaging just over 10 points per game in five appearances.
Draymond Green has played quality basketball as well, averaging just over 12 points and seven rebounds per game, leading the team in minutes played.
One of the disappointments for the Dubs has been Scott Machado. Machado could have made a major impact on the Warriors next season, but he is averaging only 3.8 points and 2.8 assists in only 17.8 minutes of play.