During the 2013-14 season, Andre Iguodala was the only player to rank in the team’s top 5 in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals. Check out more notes and numbers from Iguodala’s first season with the #Warriors at warriors.com/1314review.
Warriors center Andrew Bogut finished 10th in NBA Defensive Player of the Year voting, and it’s pretty safe to say that he would have been a few spots higher on that list if he didn’t miss so much time due to injury. When he was in action, Bogut was the ultimate paint protector, ranking sixth in the NBA in blocks (1.8 bpg) and tied for 10th in rebounding (10.0 rpg). In fact, he was the first player in team history to average at least 10 rebounds per game while shooting 60 percent from the field.
Warriors forward David Lee was a consistent source of production for the Warriors this season. On a team full of perimeter threats, Lee focused on doing most of his damage in the interior, ranking fourth in the NBA in points in the paint (13.1). He was named the Western Conference Player of the Week for the week that bridged 2013 and 2014, and became just the fifth player in team history to average at least 16 points and nine rebounds in four straight seasons.