Regular Season W-L: 36-46
Golden State has one of the most talented guard tandems in the NBA in Monta Ellis and Stephen Curry. Their forwards (Dorrell Wright and David Lee) are both solid.
However, the pieces just don't seem to be fitting together that well, particularly in the backcourt. Ellis and Curry are both combo guards of pretty much the same physical build.
Their lack of size led to major defensive issues on the perimeter. Curry has clearly shown the ability to develop into an All-Star caliber point guard, and 6'3" is a good height for that position.
It is not, however, a good height for a shooting guard. I understand that Ellis has been Golden State's most productive player for years, but trading him might be the most logical option right now.
A swap of Ellis for Andre Iguodala works financially, and some have speculated that the 76ers' wing may be available.
The upgrade on defense is obvious with that trade, but I think it would help them offensively as well.
Ellis led the team in points per game, but he's not an efficient scorer. Iguodala is a better distributor and shoots the ball less, which would free up opportunities for more efficient scorers like Wright and Curry.
You may be a bit surprised to see Golden State receive a B- on offense, as they were seventh in points per game this year. The reason for the mediocre grade is their inefficiency. They were tied for 18th in points per shot.