With the 2012-13 season starting next week, Golden State Warriors are excited to see how the new roster performs on the court. With the two biggest stars coming back from significant injuries, the Warriors should have a lot of different players in the mix to start the season.
Harrison Barnes is the new kid on the block as he is in a fight for the starting small forward position with veteran Brandon Rush. Joining him on the roster are other draftees, center Festus Ezeli and forward Draymond Green. Free-Agent Guard Kent Bazemore will be looking to secure a few minutes a game in order to prove his worth.
Besides the small forward position, the lineup is carved out with PG Stephen Curry, SG Klay Thompson, PF David Lee and C Andrew Bogut.
The bench is deep with Jarrett Jack, Carl Landry, Richard Jefferson and even Andris Biedrins. Charles Jenkins and Jeremy Tyler will be trying hard to squeeze out a couple of minutes per game.
The Warriors look to be running the standard lineup but will differentiate at times. The Dubs will use a smaller lineup, especially at the start of the season with Bogut still rehabilitating.
Jackson will go with Ezeli to start at center, but he will use a combination of Lee and Landry at the four and five.
With all of that in mind, here's a look at some projected statistics for each player on the Warriors roster for this upcoming season.