For the Golden State Warriors faithful, an anxious summer is nothing new.
Typically it's their first chance to see their annual lottery pick compete with rookies and fringe NBA talent in the Las Vegas summer league.
But this year's different.
Sure there are intriguing rookies to be excited about, but with names like Mark Jackson, Bob Myers and Jerry West joining the organization, the fans are hoping for a little more than Anthony Randolph-like domination of Vegas.
Warriors owners Joe Lacob and Peter Guber cautioned the fan base that their overhaul of the mess left behind by former owner Chris Cohan might take some time.
But in less than a year the duo have changed the face and more importantly, the culture of the Warriors organization.
But those changes, no matter how exciting, mean little if the on-court culture cannot change as quickly as the off-court culture has.
Save for Dorell Wright's tenure in Miami and the few holdovers from the "We Believe" Warriors, this roster does not feature much playoff experience.
Here are a few players that could show the bright-eyed and talented roster how to become winners.