Warrior fans are tired of this era. The team has made the playoffs once in the past 15 years, and they have managed to obtain a losing record in 13 of the past 15 seasons.
The only time of excitement for Golden State fans was during the 2007 season. The plagued Warriors broke their seemingly impossible playoff drought by winning their spot into the toughest Western Conference Playoffs in years.
Team chemistry and balanced scoring were at its best. Baron Davis led the team past top seeded Dallas Mavericks in six games, marking the first time in NBA history an eighth seed advanced in a seven game series by beating the top seed.
However, the Warriors did not find the same success in the next two seasons. In 2008, Golden State finished 48 and 34, but still failed to make the playoffs because of an unfairly stacked Western Conference. Following a rare above par record, the Warriors barely showed up in 2009. Baron Davis was playing for the Clippers, Monta Ellis was hurt and Captain Jack didn't emerge as a successful leader for this Golden State team.
It will take an almost impossible reformation to make the Warriors a relevant, consistent, playoff team again, however, it may be reachable in the next few seasons if they follow this advice: