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NBA Draft Kit: Position Battles (Pacific Division)

Ken Crites

Ken Crites

Ken was an early RotoWire contributor back in the 90ís. He now returns with the grace of Gheorghe Muresan and the wisdom of Joe Gibbs. Tweet him at @KenCrites or e-mail him at ken@rotowire.com. Ken is also the reigning RotoWire "NBA Drive To The Finals" champion - boom!

The Pacific Division was surprisingly quiet this offseason, assuming you agree that really loud ownership changes don't affect the fantasy landscape too much. The Kings and Lakers made changes at point guard. The Warriors couldn't match Cleveland's efforts to get Kevin Love. The Clippers added some size. Oh, and the Lakers still stink.

Quick! Name a small forward in the Pacific Division other than Rudy Gay.

Golden State WarriorsGolden State Warriors
It's hard to say how the Bay-area coaching change might alter fantasy hoops. Old coach Mark Jackson was successful stressing defense and quick offensive pace. New coach Steve Kerr says he wants the Warriors to be even faster, but it's hard to picture them improving on their 98.5 possessions per game that was sixth fastest in the NBA last

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