NBA Offseason Buzz: Warriors
Healthy Ellis looks to get back on track, but an explosive forward might not get to shine
Without the drama of last season, the Warriors would be an enticing dark horse choice to make the playoffs. Offensive talent galore plus Don Nelson equals 45 to 50 wins, easy. But it's hard to imagine Monta Ellis or Anthony Randolph forgetting their disputes with Nelson and/or team president Robert Rowell. Or the rest of the roster dismissing how Al Harrington and Jamal Crawford were handled once they fell out of favor. The Warriors no doubt will be entertaining, but most likely in an oh-no-not-again kind of way.
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