Golden State Warriors
The Warriors were the darlings of last year's playoffs, when their stable of sharpshooters and unmatched home court advantage gave the Spurs all they could handle in their second-round series. However, the team entered this offseason with a concerning salary cap figure, so they let key bench contributors Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry walk and also executed a salary dump trade with the Jazz. With their newfound cap space, the Dubs made one of the biggest splashes in free agency by signing swingman Andre Iguodala. While Iggy's skill-set should fit Golden State well, his presence will force coach Mark Jackson into some difficult decisions concerning the minute distribution of his talented group of wing players.
Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, Harrison Barnes, Draymond Green
As one half of the "Splash Brothers", Thompson should start alongside Stephen Curry in Golden State's backcourt and is one of the leagues You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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