5 Reasons Why the Golden State Warriors Will Win the 2014 NBA Finals

5 Reasons Why the Golden State Warriors Will Win the 2014 NBA Finals

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors
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The Golden State Warriors are without a doubt the funniest team to watch in the NBA. But do the Warriors have what it takes to bring a title to the Bay Area? Here are five ways the Warriors can assure that.

5. Iguodala Is A Two-Way Force

Andre Iguodala, Golden State Warriors
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5. Iguodala Is A Two-Way Force

Andre Iguodala, Golden State Warriors
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The arrival of Andre Iguodala over the summer made the Warriors a much better defensive team. Iguodala can shut down opposing guards and forwards and also be a menace on the offensive end as well. If he continues to be the two-way monster, a championship parade in San Francisco is not out of the question.

4. David Lee Stays Healthy And Productive

David Lee, Golden State Warriors
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4. David Lee Stays Healthy And Productive

David Lee, Golden State Warriors
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David Lee is the perfect teammate for Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Lee is the enforcer for the Warriors, who also has a very nice touch around the basket. The only problem is that he has trouble staying healthy. If Lee can avoid the injury bug, the Warriors will be in great shape of reaching, and winning, the NBA Finals.

3. Harrison Barnes Officially Joins The 'Splash Brothers'

Harrison Barnes, Golden State Warriors
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3. Harrison Barnes Officially Joins The 'Splash Brothers'

Harrison Barnes, Golden State Warriors
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We have been waiting for two years for Harrison Barnes to take his rightful place as the third member of the "Splash Brothers." If he can take the next step, the Warriors could very well be championship bound.

2. Klay Thompson Does Not Go M.I.A. In Key Games

Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors
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2. Klay Thompson Does Not Go M.I.A. In Key Games

Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors
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In last year's playoffs, Klay Thompson was nowhere to be found when the Warriors needed him most. In order for Golden State to hoist the Larry O'Brien Trophy, Thompson must come up big in every game.

1. Dominate At Home

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors
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1. Dominate At Home

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors
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There is no better playoff atmosphere in the NBA than Oracle Arena, and if the Warriors put their home-court edge to good use, than the Warriors will raising the trophy above the crowd on Market Street in June.

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