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Now, there are a few healthy players who've thrived lately, and who will make it their due diligence to ensure that Curry or no Curry, this team will score and run at a good pace next fall. Klay Thompson continues to improve his all-around game, as he's now gaining consistency on both ends of the floor with more regularity. For example, in April, he's scored 17 or more points in 8 of his 12 April starts, and has averaged about 19 per night in that span. He's upped his season average to a respectable 12 points, 2 boards and 2 dimes per night, way up from where he was when he was playing second fiddle to Monta Ellis.
And with 4 games left on the schedule, and the Warriors currently sitting in the 8th seed in the draft order, all eyes will be on them as they finish out the year. Of course, there's still the lottery coming up which will ultimately decide their fate, but the Warriors, without Lee, are looking like they have a real shot at losing out and possibly making that bottom-7 with any luck from one of the other bottom feeders. It'll definitely be an interesting final week though, as the Warriors try and find some light at the end of the tunnel in a truly forgettable campaign.