I can summarize why Dorell Wright will have a bounce back year in two words.
We know what Wright is capable of because we saw it in his first season with the Warriors when he led the league in three-pointers made while averaging 16 points a game.
Last season, his season went about as well the last season of The Office did.
What's really strange is that his shooting percentages were almost identical in the last two seasons. 42.3 percent and 42.2 percent from the field and 37.6 percent and 36 percent from three, respectively, and he actually shot a higher percent from the free throw line in his second season.
Why the decline in performance then?
His minutes dropped big time, and he never looked comfortable playing under Mark Jackson. If he proves he can play defense, which he will need to do in next year's system, his minutes and shots will go up and next season will look at lot more like his first one with the Warriors.
Plus he is playing for a new deal, which always helps to motivate.