Draft History
2009 2008 2007 2006 2005
7. Stephen Curry 14. Anthony Randolph 18. Marco Belinelli 9. Patrick O'Bryant 9. Ike Diogu
49. Richard Hendrix 36. Jermareo Davidson 40. Monta Ellis
46. Stephane Lasme 42. Chris Taft

105.4, 14th

109.4, 29th

Under contract:
F: Kelenna Azubuike
C: Andris Biedrins
G: Stephen Curry
G: Monta Ellis
F: Corey Maggette
F: Anthony Randolph
C: Ronny Turiaf
F: Reggie Williams
F: Brandan Wright

Free agents:
F: Devean George (unrestricted)
C: Chris Hunter (restricted)
G: Anthony Morrow (restricted)
F: Vladimir Radmanovic (ETO)
F: Anthony Tolliver (restricted)
G: C.J. Watson (restricted)

Areas of Strength:
They can score, as always, and now have a backcourt of Monta Ellis and Stephen Curry that will give defenses fits as Curry builds on a very encouraging rookie season of passing to go with the 17.5 points a game.

Needs work:
Everywhere else. The Warriors put up little fight on defense and the boards, though a healthy Andris Biedrins as a potential double-double center will be a rebounding boost.

Two Stats That Matter:
-- Warriors ranking in shooting defense and rebounding percentage.

41.4 -- Minutes a game for Ellis, the most in the league.

The Way To Go:
The Warriors are in the early stages of the biggest transition time in the division, with the team for sale in what could become the first step to an overhaul with a new coach and front office. That obviously leads into new players, depending on the desire of the buyer to spend or cut.