It’s been a back and forth ride for the Golden State Warriors who are straddling through their toughest stretch of the NBA season so far. They still look good, but they have not been their best.
They’re playing roughly .500 basketball lately with a 7-6 record in January. The return of Klay Thompson has come and gone with most of the momentum lost from his energetic debut due to Draymond Green being absent.
It’s almost February, which means the Golden State Warriors have a heavy sample size of trends that are worth highlighting.
As we enter the second half of the season, Golden State sits in second place of the Western Conference. Three games separate them from the league’s best team, the Phoenix Suns.
During the last month or so, a few notable trends have emerged. It’s worth going over the latest factors of a never-ending ebb and flow season for the Warriors.