"The Warriors having a picture of a bridge on their logo makes perfect sense, because they have a silent D."
-Rick Barry (not really.)
The season didn't end up how we or the Warriors wanted. With all the lopsided losses, questionable rotations, and Biedrins being, well, Biedrins, we can't be too surprised. With all that said, it was still quite entertaining. The games against Orlando, Dallas, and Sacramento (Anaheim?) being the highlight games of the season.
As we all know, wheelin' and dealin' is not exactly the Warriors forte, they adequately proved that this season. I personally thought Troy Murphy should have at least played one game before the buyout; it would have been cool to wear his jersey again and not be looked at like i'm Garry St. Jean, the destroyer of the Dubs. My heart was truly set on seeing 'Melo in our plain, Photoshopped jersey. (Sigh.) I'm glad he is doing horribly in New York, as mean as that may sound.
Is D3 a good Nickname?
The one player who really made an impact on this team and in the league was the Ex-Miami Heat Forward, Dorell Wright. Not because he Twitpic'ed his naked ding dong for the world to see, but because he shot the 3-ball so much, you'd forget you were in Oakland. The total numbers he put up for the Dubs made his time in Miami a huge waste. I look forward (pun.) to D. Wright being a part of this team for a long time, so he can get a proper nickname.
Monta VS Steph was something that became more true this season. Monta's post-game interviews never really addressed this competition among the two guards, although the only part I kinda understood was "Yeah, uhhhhmmmmm". I doubt Riley would ever trade one or the other because management's recent choices have not gone over well with the fans. Steph and Monta can play together, but for how long? I don't know, so don't ask me.