3 steps the Golden State Warriors can take to go from good to great

February 23, 2020; San Francisco, California, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30, left) talks to guard Andrew Wiggins (22, right) during the third quarter against the New Orleans Pelicans at Chase Center. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
February 23, 2020; San Francisco, California, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30, left) talks to guard Andrew Wiggins (22, right) during the third quarter against the New Orleans Pelicans at Chase Center. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports /
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Figure out how to max out Stephen Curry’s production

The Golden State Warriors will have several options for lineups, and they’ll have one start to build them around. We know Draymond Green will help captain the offense alongside Curry as he’s one of the more talented playmakers and familiar faces.

Finding out who else thrives around Curry will be important. There will be a plethora of options for head coach Steve Kerr. Where does Marquese Chriss and James Wiseman play into helping Curry transition back into MVP form?

This can’t be a season that the Warriors just scratch off their list and say that they’ve been great. The front office has shown dedication to the winning process, and now it’s on the team. They’ll need Curry to come out ready to again disprove that the Warriors as underdogs.

Curry has led the league in both steals and points throughout his career, and he’s been among the best three-point shooting guards in the history of the league. They’ll need all that to come out again to stand even a remote chance against a team like the Lakers.

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Maximize Curry’s talent, unleash Oubre and bring in one more piece is how the Warriors make it happen this coming season.