Found April 28, 2012 on RealGM:
The Warriors are optimistic to see their new backcourt of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson play together next season.

Warriors are poised for improvement, but no promises

One of Mark Jackson's favorite phrases in his first year as coach of the Golden State Warriors this season was: No excuses. On his first day following a promotion at season's end, new general manager Bob Myers created a new slogan: No promises. The worst part about the season, at least in the eyes of Myers, wasn't the club's dismal record. It was the preseason...

Video:Three Golden State Warriors' season ticket holders made half court shots for cash

Three season ticket holders for the Golden State Warriors hit half court shots to win cash prizes this season. I wonder how many teams had more than one fan make a half court shot this year.The Warriors organization needs to do a better job of picking season ticket holders to try these half court shots or no company will want to insure them anymore.As you can see from the video,...

Warriors first team to start 5 rookies

The Golden State Warriors became the first NBA team in modern history to start five rookies in one game for their season finale against the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night. With a roster decimated by injuries, coach Mark Jackson fielded a unit of guards Klay Thompson and Charles Jenkins, forwards Chris Wright and Jeremy Tyler, and Mickell Gladness at center. Thompson, Jenkins...

Warriors land seventh spot in draft lottery

The Golden State Warriors won a tiebreaker drawing with the Toronto Raptors on Friday for the No. 7 slot in the NBA draft lottery. The Warriors and Raptors tied for the seventh-worst record in the NBA this season at 23-43. Landing the seventh position in the lottery helps the Warriors’ chances of getting one of the top seven picks in the NBA draft. If the Warriors end up picking...

Once again, Warriors wait for 'promising' future

(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANTONIO GONZALEZ AP Sports Writer On his first day as coach of the Golden State Warriors, Mark Jackson declared the ''Bay Area will never be the same,'' promising the playoffs in his debut season and NBA championships to follow. About the only real changes so far have been Jackson's words. The Warriors stumbled...

Golden State To Retain Mark Jackson

Mark Jackson was described as a players' coach in his first season on the bench.
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