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Count Doug Kezirian as a fan of the Warriors who have extra depth after a championship season.

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Here’s the best, worst, and betting analysis for the Warriors this year.

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Best Case: The Warriors actually stand a very good chance of building on last year’s relatively unexpected championship streak rather than suffering a hangover or a disappointment. Firstly, not so much has passed before the playoffs. Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green only played 11 minutes together in the regular season. In addition, big player James Wiseman missed the entire year due to injury. Now the young trio of Wiseman, Jonathan Cuminga and Moses Moody can continue to develop, and the team has also replenished with solid reserves in the form of Donte DiVicenzo and Jamychal Green. Add to all this the ongoing evolution of All-Star Andrew Wiggins, and Steve Kerr has the depth and flexibility of a roster.

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Worst case: Critics and naysayers continue to point to Golden State’s luck as Ja Morant’s injury and top seed Phoenix’s early playoff exit allowed for an easier run through the Western Conference. The big three are another year older as they enter this season, and who knows what injuries lie ahead for a trio who can never stay healthy? Curry was great last year, especially in the NBA Finals, but can he repeat that in his 35th season? The West is expected to be even busier this year.

Bet: Golden State Warriors over 52.5 wins.

Spin bet: The Warriors seem to have the perfect balance of experience and youth. I think Kerr is optimizing this unique situation by allowing the young backbone to keep the club energized and hungry while keeping an eye on his veterans’ minutes. This will keep the atmosphere of freshness in the monotonous season. Also, as younger players develop, Kerr will have a huge amount of roster flexibility to match different opponents. I’m leaning towards over 52.5 wins, but I wouldn’t bet on a championship. I just think so much has to go on for 6-1 odds to matter before the playoffs start.