Golden State Warriors: 3 best best things from the season so far

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Despite a putrid ‘gap’ season, the Golden State Warriors franchise has a few bright spots to look at after the 2019-20 season ends.

The Golden State Warriors are currently in last place in the Western Conference at 15-50. Before the abrupt suspension of the season due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the team was struggling to find success.

Before the 2019-20 season, the franchise suffered a few losses from Kevin Durant’s injury/departure, Klay Thompson tearing his ACL and the team losing in the NBA Finals. This season saw the team witnessed Stephen Curry break his hand at the beginning of the season and that Draymond Green is human after all.

Despite the series of unfortunate events, the team still has the opportunity to develop some young talent and avoid spending serious money down the line.

The Warriors still have their core intact with Curry, Thompson, and Green. The key will be how they respond during the offseason. For now, the team will have to finish the rest of the season on the losing spectrum which is unfamiliar territory.

If and when the season returns, the Warriors will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2012, but it will be good for the team to get some rest.

It’s easy to forget that the team made it to the NBA Finals five seasons in a row. Outside of the Chicago Bulls, Boston Celtics, and Los Angeles Lakers, no other franchise has pulled off a three-peat.

Considering all of the losses that the team suffered there are still a few bright spots to the 2019-20 season for Golden State. Here are three best things from the season so far: