What We've Learned About Golden State Warriors After First Month

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What We've Learned About Golden State Warriors After First Month
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The Golden State Warriors have one more game in the month of November, and it's importance should not be overlooked.

The game is in Oakland on Thursday, and the Warriors are playing the Denver Nuggets. It will be the Dubs third meeting with Denver this month, meaning they will only see the Nuggets once during the season's final five months.

The Warriors won't miss playing the Nuggets every five games, as Denver has won the first two match-ups. The first, they won in double-overtime, the second, in a blowout.

A Golden State win in the November finale would make the Warriors an impressive 9-6 heading into December, improve them to 5-1 at Oracle Arena and, perhaps most importantly, get a game back against a team that they hope to be jockeying for playoff positioning with come March and April.

Still, regardless of what happens on Thursday, the Warriors will have no choice but to call November a success. They've already clinched the franchise's first winning November since 2007, and they've done so almost completely without their best player.

Here's what November has taught us about the 2012-13 Golden State Warriors. All stats used in this article were accurate as of Nov. 26 and are courtesy of espn.com and basketballreference.com.

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