Worried about Boom Dizzle?
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Kelly Dwyer over at SI.com seems to think it's Baron Davis. Here's what he had to say about BD:
Just one year ago, Davis was Golden State's conquering hero -- the sort of point guard who was going to pull the disparate Warrior talents together and lead them to their first playoff appearance in more than a decade. Instead, Davis fell back on a series of bad habits, chucking an unconscionable six three-pointers a game (he made only 31.5 percent of them) while allowing his younger teammates to assume that this sort of perimeter-driven game plan was the way to the postseason. It wasn't, and with the unorthodox Don Nelson coming back to the Bay Area, Davis will have his work cut out for him to win over coach, teammates and fans.
Definitely head on over to SI.com to check out the rest of the NBA players on their hot seat.
Who's on your Warriors Training Camp Hot Seat?
My vote goes to Mickael Pietrus. Just like every other Warrior, MP2 has to prove that he's willing to buy into Nellie's system, but with his rookie contract coming off the books at the end of the season, he's easy to move, unlike Adonal Foyle, Mike Dunleavy, and Baron Davis. Some team would definitely take a chance on Pietrus if the Warriors were to give up on him.