It’s been a tough few weeks for the Golden State Warriors.
Not only have they won just 2 of their last 10 games, but the Warriors have fallen out of second place in the Western Conference, having been surpassed by the scorching hot Memphis Grizzlies who are led by Most Improve Player frontrunner Ja Morant.
The Golden State Warriors have gone 2-8 over their last 10 games, and some players have brought that fire we had seen earlier in the season.
The Warriors should crave that guaranteed second-round homecourt advantage as they’re one of the best teams in the league at defending home court. Sadly, that hasn’t been the case as of late, dropping their two home games despite still only having 7 home losses on the season.
They’ve lost their entire road trip so far and end the four-game trip in Denver on Monday night.
Things won’t get easier as a return date for four-time All-Star forward Draymond Green hasn’t been released either. Neither has much information of when 2020 No. 2 overall pick James Wiseman will make his season debut.
That said, the Warriors haven’t played up to par as of late, and they still have a roster capable of winning even without those two key players. With that in mind, let’s dive into who hasn’t quite been instrumental in helping the Warriors over the last few weeks.