The Golden State Warriors have returned from their stop on the NBA global tour and set themselves up to answer the final questions in Week 3 of the NBA preseason. The team has looked better in parts, but the players haven’t displayed their true regular-season form.
This week is absolutely crucial for the players on the back-end of the roster. Has Seth Curry done enough to hold a roster spot, or will the Warriors demote him to their Santa Cruz D-League affiliate?
None of the lower-end bench guys were able to show their wares in the game against the Sacramento Kings on October 23. They were seated for the entire game, leaving management’s decision based on what they have seen in limited game action and practice.
The starters received their allotment of minutes and showed they could excel when paired together. Klay Thompson was exceeding expectations again, and he is probably the most game-ready for the season.
With the regular season staring the Dubs in the face, let’s take a look at who the winners and losers are from the third week of action.