After starting out the season looking like one of the worst teams in the league, the Golden State Warriors have ground out wins in seven of their last 11 games -- including a 22-point comeback over the Clippers and a thrilling 19-point rally past the Lakers -- and carry a very respectable 7-6 record into Wednesday night's home game against the San Antonio Spurs. If the postseason began today, the Warriors would be in. 

That's not to say it's been anything close to smooth sailing in the Bay. Entering Wednesday, the Warriors have the 24th-ranked offense in the league and the eighth-worst net rating. Among the central culprits in these numbers is a starting lineup that has gotten decimated pretty much on a nightly basis. 

After starting out the season looking like one of the worst teams in the league, the Golden State Warriors have ground out wins in seven of their last 11 games -- including a 22-point comeback over the Clippers and a thrilling 19-point rally past the Lakers -- and carry a very respectable 7-6 record into Wednesday night's home game against the San Antonio Spurs. If the postseason began today, the Warriors would be in. 

That's not to say it's been anything close to smooth sailing in the Bay. Entering Wednesday, the Warriors have the 24th-ranked offense in the league and the eighth-worst net rating. Among the central culprits in these numbers is a starting lineup that has gotten decimated pretty much on a nightly basis.