Golden State Warriors: Where They Stand At The All-Star Break

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The All-Star break could not have come soon enough for the Golden State Warriors. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

The All-Star break could not have come soon enough for the Golden State Warriors.

In a season already full of so many highs and lows, this team currently finds itself at one of its lower and more confusing points. The past three weeks of games have featured curious losses to the Wizards and Bobcats, while requiring a super hero performance from Stephen Curry to achieve a comeback win against the lowly Jazz. There seems to be a lack of flow and confidence with this squad that was so abundant during their impressive winning streak. They did go through a bit of a rough patch before the streak; but that was without Andre Iguodala for a long stretch. At this point, #FullSquad is intact, which has fans on edge due to the lack of excuses this team possesses for poor play.

With All-Star weekend upon us, let’s take a look at where the Warriors stand statistically.

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