Golden State Warriors: Top 5 Transactions of the Bob Myers Era

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Golden State Warriors: Top 5 Transactions of the Bob Myers Era
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The Golden State Warriors made the playoffs for just the second time in 19 years last season. Much of that has to do with the work of general manager Bob Myers who, after just one offseason of work, turned the Warriors from a sub .500 team to a squad that won 47 games and took the San Antonio Spurs to six games in the Western Conference Semifinals.

Myers, a former sports agent, was promoted to GM on April 25, 2012 at the age of 37, becoming the second youngest GM in the NBA, older than only the Orlando Magic's 30-year-old Rob Hennigan.

It's been a brief tenure, but Myers certainly has made a few moves that have steered the Warriors in the right direction, have the organization fighting for the Western Conference and have the fans dreaming of the team's first NBA Championship since 1975. 

Let's take a look at the top five transactions of the Myers era.

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