Golden State Warriors 2010-11 Mid-Season Review
The Golden State Warriors sit in third place in the Pacific Division and are only a couple games from leapfrogging the Phoenix Suns.
The Warriors are one of the more talented teams when you simply look up and down their roster, but chemistry and inexperience remains an issue.
They added David Lee in the offseason, and while he has been solid, they are overpaying for his production up to this point. He is averaging 15 points and nine rebounds per game, but that's not the type of production we saw from him with the New York Knicks.
Point guard Monta Ellis is the team's leading scorer, averaging over 25 points and five assists per game. However, he is more of a combination guard, and sometimes you have to wonder if he runs the offense effectively.
Stephen Curry is actually my favorite player on this team, but he is getting lost in the shuffle behind Ellis. He is averaging over 17 points per game, but I think the Warriors need to let him handle the ball more often.
Golden State will try to make a run at the .500 mark in the second half of the season, but the playoffs are well out of reach.