The Golden State Warriors are heading into the NBA All-Star break with a lot of questions, as this team is underperforming. Injuries are having their impact, but most of the players are at least a grade lower than they should be at this point.
The hot start of the season is a distant memory, and the #FullSquad is too. The Dubs are coming out uninspired at home and are forced to climb out of huge holes.
Yes, Stephen Curry is a starter for the Western Conference in the NBA All-Star Game, but that game is just an exhibition and doesn’t factor into team success going forward.
The recent news comes from the comments by Joe Lacob, who is disappointed with where the Warriors currently stand, courtesy of Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News. The Warriors have high expectations and so far, they have not reached that level.