1. Which players will be shown the door this offseason?
The Warriors are trying to figure out whether to make their last cut Anthony Morrow, Rob Kurz or point guard Marcus Williams.
Nelson can barely contain his dislike for Williams—a player Mullin brought in from New Jersey in a deal for a conditional pick—and cutting him would cost a big time penalty for the Warriors.
Brandan Wright might also be on the hot seat because he has not been productive when he gets in the game and he hasn't shown anything to indicate that the Jason Richardson deal was anything more than a contract dump.
Anthony Randolph moved up in front of Wright on the depth chart too.
Also, is Monta Ellis still in the Golden State Warriors' future plans?
The past offseason season did not get off to a good start for Ellis when he signed a long-term deal last summer and injured his ankle in an ATV accident but instead of telling the truth, the point guard told Warriors' brass that he hurt it playing basketball.
After a two-month suspension Ellis returned to action in January but character issues are now circling his reputation. Who knows if he will be back.
If the Warriors draft a point guard in the first round like Patrick Mills from the Saint Mary's College Gaels, Ellis could eventually become trade bait.