The Warriors have had a rough season so far and it seems as though things aren't going to start looking up for the team anytime soon. Last Wednesday during a game against the Suns, Warriors guard Stephen Curry collided with a player and fractured his hand. According to Bleacher Report's Ric Bucher, the hand injury was "worse than originally thought" and it's likely that Curry will sit out for the remainder of the season.
Unfortunately, this looks like the end of the Warrior's reign with most of their strongest players out of the picture. "This summer, Durant signed with the Nets as a free agent and Livingston retired from the NBA. Iguodala is currently inactive for the Grizzlies. Klay Thompson is still with Golden State but will miss a majority of the season, or potentially all of it, while recovering from a torn ACL," explains Sports Illustrated's Jenna West. "Curry was supposed to be one of the anchors to hold down the team this year through its transition."