The Golden State Warriors are under .500, and it hasn’t been a pretty ride for most of the season.
The one consistent disappointment is that without Stephen Curry this team is among the worst in the NBA. While that can be said of many teams without their star, it’s especially true for the Dubs, a team that was handed a 53-point loss not too long ago.
With the season on the line in the next few weeks, these three Golden State Warriors who have yet to hit their ceiling need to step up.
Despite Draymond Green’s comments, the Warriors may be a team that is going to contend for the play-in game. They’re currently the 10th seed in the West which would have them taking on the seventh-seeded Mavericks, a team they’ve split their two games with so far this season.
Getting to that point won’t matter if the Warriors can’t get consistent contributions from a few rising stars. Over the last few seasons, Golden State has drafted talent at almost every position, and they’ll be the future of the franchise.
That said, let’s dive into three players that have yet to reach their ceilings and could very well do so in the next few years.