2023-2024 Warriors Depth Chart: Get to Know the Warriors Starting Lineup, Full Warriors Roster

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Where will Chris Paul slide in on the Warriors depth chart

Here is the big thing about the Golden State Warriors' starting ljneup: Nobody is quite sure what it is going to be, because new acquisition Chris Paul has not come off the bench since grade school. He may start; he may be a rotational piece. Paul got the start on opening night with Draymond Green sitting out due to injury, so we still can't be certain what the Warriors' starting lineup will look like going forward.

With California sports betting still on the bench, keeping up with the Golden State Warriors' roster and depth chart will still be important for those playing NBA daily fantasy.

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What is the Golden State Warriors' Starting Lineup?

For the moment, we are going to assume that when Draymond Green is active Chris Paul comes off the bench. As of late October, Paul is on the board at FanDuel Sportsbook at +1700 for the Sixth Man Award.

Point GuardStephen Curry
Shooting GuardKlay Thompson
Small ForwardAndrew Wiggins
Power ForwardDraymond Green
CenterKevon Looney


Point Guard: Steph Curry

The greatest 3-point shooter in NBA history, Curry is entering his 15th season and is coming off a season in which he averaged 29.4 points. He has an astounding 3,390 career 3-pointers, an NBA record.

Shooting Guard: Klay Thompson

A fantastic 3-point shooter in his own right, Thompson holds the NBA record for most 3s in a single game, 14, which he accomplished on Oct. 29, 2018. He averaged 21.9 points per game last season, the third-highest total of his career.

Small Forward: Andrew Wiggins

The overall No. 1 pick of the 2014 draft missed a significant amount of time last season because of a personal issue, playing only 37 games before returning for the playoffs. This will be his fifth season with the Warriors.

Power Forward: Draymond Green

One of the most outspoken players in the league, Green has spent his entire 11-tear career with the Warriors. A defensive specialist who was once capable of putting up a triple-double every night, he remains a Swiss Army knife type who will always keep things interesting with his comments off the court.

Center: Kevon Looney

Entering his ninth season, all with Golden State, Looney is a defensive-oriented center who averaged a career-high 7.0 points last season along with a career-high 9.1 rebounds. He has appeared in all 82 games for two straight seasons.

Who is on the Golden State Warriors’ Bench?

Point GuardChris PaulCory JosephGary Payton II
Shooting GuardMoses MoodyKlay ThompsonBrandin Podziemski
Small ForwardGary Payton IIJonathan KumingaMoses Moody
Power ForwardJonathan KumingaDraymond GreenDario Saric
CenterKevon LooneyDario SaricUsman Garuba

This is one of the deepest benches in the NBA, and the Warriors are especially high on Jackson-Davis, a rookie from Indiana who was a first team All-American last season and averaged 20.9 points and 10.8 rebounds. Saric will be playing with his fifth team in nine NBA seasons, and Joseph joins Golden State for his 13th NBA season after playing for Detroit last season. Podziemski is the Warriors' first-round draft pick from Santa Clara and may have trouble cracking the rotation.

Who Is the Warriors’ 6th Man?

Prior to his injury, Chris Paul had been the 6th man for the Warriors and was creeping up the oddsboards for the award. Jonathan Kuminga currently has the shortest odds to win Sixth Man of the Year on DraftKings among Warriors players, although he's still ranked with the ninth-shortest odds at +5000.

Get to Know the Golden State Warriors Front Office

PositionStaff Member
General ManagerMike Dunleavy
Head CoachSteve Kerr
Associate Head CoachKenny Atkinson

Who Is the Warriors' Head Coach?

Steve Kerr has been Golden State's head coach since 2015 and is entering his 11th year at the helm, already having won four championships and six NBA Finals appearances. Of course, the NBA Finals are nothing new to Kerr, who played in five of them over a distinguished 16-year playing career. Kerr also is the current head coach of Team USA, which will compete next at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Who Is the Warriors’ General Manager?

Mike Dunleavy has replaced Bob Myers in this position after Myers built the current roster. The 41-year-old Dunleavy enters his sixth season in the Warriors front office. He was vice president of basketball operations for the past two seasons after two years as an assistant general manager. He joined the front office in 2018-19 as a pro scout following a 15-year playing career that included four-plus seasons with the Warriors (2002-07).

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Chris Sheridan

Chris Sheridan is a veteran NBA writer who has been covering the league since 1992, with a specialty in international basketball after being credentialed for every Olympics since 1996 in Atlanta. He has been covering sports gambling since 2018.

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