Biggest Takeaways from Golden State Warriors' First Half of the Season

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Biggest Takeaways from Golden State Warriors' First Half of the Season
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The catalyst to the Warriors run this season: Stephen Curry.

By now, I'm sure you know about Andrew Bogut's return to the Golden State Warriors lineup and the positive effect it had on their latest game. That's good news but not as good as how the regular season has gone thus far.

Looking back at the first half of the season, a pleasant surprise may be an understatement. 

Coming into the season, most fans and writers were predicting the team as dark-horse contenders for the eighth playoff spot. Instead, the Warriors blew those expectations out the water in a good way, going 27-17 while trailing the Memphis Grizzlies by a couple games.

Hell, they even got their first All-Star player since Latrell Sprewell five decades ago (or not). 

Ranked from the least to most importance, there are seven main takeaways that we can gather from watching the first 44 games of the season. 

Some may be bad, some good—hint: mostly good. 

 

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