Warriors: Analyzing the team’s 3 biggest offseason questions

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The Golden State Warriors will have several important questions to answer when the season has officially concluded, but three, in particular, should be prioritized.

If the Golden State Warriors have already unknowingly stepped on the court for the last time in the 2019-20 season, it was undoubtedly a memorable one, but not for the right reasons.

The year started off promising on paper as even without Klay Thompson, the team began the season with All-Star guard D’Angelo Russell in his place.

The Warriors appeared set to make another postseason run, even if it was not as the title favorites. However, with Curry injured and having missed most of the year, this season spiraled downhill fast for Golden State without their star backcourt.

As their season halted with a 15-50 record, the Warriors resided at the bottom of not only the Western Conference but the league as a whole. Still, while their season likely concluded in such a vile way, Golden State’s optimism has remained through the roof.

The team has prepared all season to be positioned for championship contention at the start of next year, and could still improve this coming offseason.

The Warriors will have to answer several looming questions when the offseason begins, some far more significant than others, and could possibly alter the league entirely.

This season still has the potential to be continued at some point, but the Warriors are undoubtedly looking ahead to their likely busy offseason. With that, here are the Warriors’ three most important questions once the season has ended.