2016-17 Warriors Season-In-Review
A look back at the Warriors' 2016-17 season.
Kevin Durant took his talents to Oakland, blocked out the noise, won a ring, and ignited his legend.
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The Warriors struck gold once again in the second round.
Klay Thompson is the perfect laid back star for this superteam. His 2016-17 season was maybe his best yet.
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By handling the season’s controversies with wisdom, humor, grace and style, Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr and Assistant Coach Mike Brown demonstrated that cooler heads prevail.
Head Coach Kerr fought through illness and pain to lead the Warriors to a league-topping 67-15 regular season, while Assistant Coach Brown steered the team to 11-straight playoff wins while serving as interim head coach during Kerr’s medical leave.
At 31 years old, Shaun Livingston put in a steady and reliable 2016-2017 season, and he’ll be back for more.
While Patrick McCaw made a somewhat immediate impact in his rookie season, it's harder to know what to make of Damian Jones.
McGee had a quietly awesome season. Let’s take a look and hope we get to see more of him.
The Warriors needed Ian Clark to step into a larger role in 2016-17 and did he ever deliver. With career highs across the board, Clark gave the Warriors a potent scorer off the bench and a great personality in the locker room. The only down side is that other teams appear to have noticed as Clark heads to free agency.
Things are good right now for the best defensive player in the world.
Often overlooked, but always appreciated - 6th man of the year candidate turns in another stellar season off the bench.
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