Golden State Warriors Roundtable: 5 Questions on the 2015-16 Season

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4. Name one bold prediction for the Warriors as a team or for one of the players this year.

November 6, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30, right) celebrates after the team made a three-point basket as interim head coach

Luke Walton

(left) looks on during the second quarter against the Denver Nuggets at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Ryan Viera: One bold prediction would be that Festus Ezeli becomes the starting center by the end of the year, with Andrew Bogut coming off the bench. Festus has been playing well in Bogut’s absence, and if Bogut continues to deal with small injuries all season, Festus may be the guy, which would make the Warriors’ starting lineup 100 percent homegrown.

Angelo Mendoza: Curry continues to average around five three-pointers made per game and finishes with over 300 three-pointers made in a single season.

Wes Ying: Festus Ezeli will be the Most Improved Player in the league this year.

Don Jackson: My bold prediction for the Warriors is that they will win 70 games this season, avoiding the “championship hangover.”

Brendan Kennealy: Luke Walton wins Coach of the Year.

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