The Golden State Warriors’ season came to a disappointing end, complete with a first-round playoff exit and the firing of head coach Mark Jackson. But this 51-win team still had a good year, so it’s time to take a look back on the 2013-14 season and evaluate how everyone performed.
We’ve already taken a look at backup point guard Steve Blake, defensive anchor Andrew Bogut, Harrison Barnes‘ disappointing sophomore campaign, Jordan Crawford‘s disappointing production off the bench, Marreese Speights‘ average year, Jermaine O’Neal‘s time as an elite backup center, Draymond Green‘s underrated season, Klay Thompson‘s solid year and David Lee‘s value despite that ugly contract.
Today, we’ll finish off our 2013-14 Golden State Warriors Player Grades series by covering the Dubs’ main attraction and superstar, Stephen Curry. The league leader in three-point field goals last season, Curry had another phenomenal season and even better, stayed healthy for the second year in a row. Curry made the All-NBA Second Team and whether or not the Warriors trade for Kevin Love, Golden State will remain competitive in the Western Conference as long as Curry stays healthy.