Warriors Stock Watch: Most and Least Improved Players

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Warriors Stock Watch: Most and Least Improved Players
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We may only be one third of the way into the 2012-13 NBA season, but 28 games is no small sample size.

It feels like months ago that the Warriors beat the Phoenix Suns on opening night or that Brandon Rush tore his ACL in the home opener. Well, that's because it was.

We are now two months into the NBA season, and the Golden State Warriors have already put together a long list of great wins, frustrating losses and memorable moments in between.

Not only that, but each individual Warriors player has had time to grow (or shrink) beyond where they were in late October and early November.

Here's a look at the Warriors players whose games have improved and those who have taken the largest steps back since the start of the season.

Stats used in this article are accurate as of December 21, 2012.

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