Another offseason has all but come and gone and the NBA landscape is taking shape for the 2014-15 season. We saw the Miami Heat collapse from a championship contender to just another decent team in the East, we learned that God might not hate Cleveland as much anymore, we watched Carmelo Anthony choose New York and money over a shot at a title with the Chicago Bulls and we’re still watching Eric Bledsoe and Greg Monroe sit by their phones like a high school girl waiting for the guy who said he’d call.But barring any last second shenanigans in the ongoing Kevin Love saga, the Golden State Warriors have been largely absent from the conversation of big summer plays. LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh always represented pipe dreams for the Dubs, but without changing their stance on Klay Thompson‘s availability, the best trade offer for Love remains the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Andrew Wiggins package.
With that in mind, the Warriors’ 2014-15 roster is pretty much all set. Nobody’s signed free agent Jordan Crawford yet and we’re still waiting on word from Jermaine O’Neal about whether he’s ready to return or retire, but Golden State’s basically done making offseason moves. So barring a surprise 180 trade offer for Love, how’d the Dubs do this offseason? Let’s take a look with some offseason grades.