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Golden State Warriors update

Teddy, Staff Writer

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The Golden State Warriors are currently with 12 wins and 10 losses. The Golden State Warriors are one of the league’s most exciting teams to watch. According to Bleacherreport during the past three years, the Warriors attendance numbers jumped really high. They went from averaging the 11th-most fans per game at just over 18,000 in 2010 to being in the top five last year at more than 19,300 per contest. Winning definitely played a role in seeing there attendance jump so high in such a short period of time. They are coming off very successful this season with Andre Iguodala. According to ESPN the Warriors put Iguodala into the offseason, they fear that the 29-year-old that can play both guard and forward would be pulling them away from a thrilling offensive attack. He was joining Stephen Curry and Klay Thompsan, who their coach believed to consist of the greatest shooting backcourt of all time. Iguodala has been shooting 47.8 percent from deep on 3.8 attempts per game, while doing so much else to help the Warriors to an 8-4 start. Iguodala has proven to be a good player for the Golden State Warriors. The team leaders are Stephen Curry that has been shooting 22.6 points per game, Andrew Bogut with 9.2 rebounds per game, and Andre Iguodala with 1.9 steals per game. Golden State Warriors is the greatest shooting backcourt in the history of the game despite Stephen Curry is only 25 and Klay Thompsan is 23.

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