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Team Previews: Golden State Warriors 2013-14

John Clemeno

John Clemeno

John Clemeno writes about fantasy sports for RotoWire.

STATE OF THE FRANCHISE
Golden State's new ownership group that took over in 2010 finally found the right management, and the organization is headed in the right direction. For just the second time in 19 seasons, the Warriors played in the postseason. After ousting Denver and throwing a scare into the Spurs, Golden State exiting the offseason with elevated aspirations.

Unfortunately, at the start of this offseason they were laden with bad contracts that would prevent them from adding pieces to a roster that would go deeper into the playoffs. Without getting into the arcane nature of the NBA's salary cap, the Warriors were bumping up against the luxury-tax threshold and would be incapable adding new talent or of replacing unrestricted free agents Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry with comparable talent. The 2012-13 postseason appearance was looking like a one-and-done proposition for the Warriors.

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