Top 10 Golden State Warriors Plays of the 2013-2014 Season

Check out the top 10 plays of the Golden State Warriors from the 2013-2014 season.

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32 thoughts on “Top 10 Golden State Warriors Plays of the 2013-2014 Season

  1. 3:55 is when KD had that thought in his mind… I should follow Andre footstep. Iguodala was in nuggets in 2013 when they lost to GSW. The next thing u know AI has changed his jersey become yellow.

  2. number 5 should've been number 1! as of the stuff wasn't enough.. the follow through dunk on the other end I think should've put that to the top

  3. Imagine:
    PG: Stephen Curry
    SG: Monta Ellis (Mavericks Version)
    SF: Andre Iguodala
    PF: David Lee
    C: Andrew Bogut
    6th: Klay Thompson (Some fire off the bench)

    Top contender maybe ?

  4. And then Iguodala gets placed on the bench for the 2014-15 season and also only gets an 82 rating at NBA 2K15.

  5. Stephen curry is not a superstar! Lmfao defense not up to par neither is he strength going to the basket

  6. golden state is so exciting to wacth, i cannot wait until tipoff ! this season is gonna be insane

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