NBA Golden State Warriors by Year, 2000-present

Answer these questions about the Warriors from 2000 to 2019.
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Year
Question
Answer
2000
This future all-star forward is invited to the dunk contest, but doesn’t compete due to injury.
Antawn Jamison
2001
This Hall-of-Famer and Warriors legend rejoins the team for a year and retires.
Chris Mullin
2003
Second year player Jason Richardson narrowly beats Desmond Mason in what event?
Slam Dunk Contest
2002
The Warriors draft this player, nicknamed Agent Zero.
Gilbert Arenas
2004
The Warriors go 27-14 at their home arena. What was the arena’s name?
The Arena in Oakland
2005
The Warriors trade with the New Orleans Hornets to acquire this all-star point guard.
Baron Davis
2006
The Warriors miss the playoffs for the 12th straight year. What was the only team to have a longer playoff drought at the time?
Los Angeles Clippers
2007
The Warriors finally make the playoffs, likely thanks to this Hall-of-Fame coach.
Don Nelson
2008
The Warriors draft Marco Belinelli from what country?
Italy
2009
The Warriors acquire this guard with elite ball handling skills from the Knicks.
Jamal Crawford
2010
This future MVP and champion makes his debut season.
Stephen Curry
2011
Dorell Wright hits 194 of this type of shot, the most in the NBA that season.
Three Point
2012
The Warriors draft Klay Thompson. Him and Curry are given this nickname.
Splash Brothers
2013
This big man is honored with his second and last All-Star appearance.
David Lee
2014
The Warriors acquire this former All-Star and future Finals MVP.
Andre Iguodala
2015
The Warriors win their first championship since 1975 when who won Finals MVP?
Rick Barry
2016
The Warriors break this team’s record for highest regular season win percentage.
Chicago Bulls
2017
This player leaves Oklahoma City to join the Warriors.
Kevin Durant
2018
This Warrior breaks Tom Gola’s record for most triple doubles in Warriors history.
Draymond Green
2019
The Warriors lose in the Finals, likely because Klay Thompson tears his ACL and Durant injures this tendon.
Achilles
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