The Golden State Warriors entered 2012-13 playing their worst basketball of the season. They have lost five straight games in pathetic fashion, and almost everyone is to blame.
However, the team's great play through 47 games had them at 30-17, meaning that even five straight losses hasn't even begun to derail their playoff aspirations.
In this article, I will assess the stock of every player in Golden State's rotation. Because the team has struggled so mightily over the past two weeks, I will not fault players too strongly for their ultra-recent play, but rather attempt to gauge what direction their game has been trending for some time, and whether they are on their way to a better or worse second half.