Perhaps this is off topic, but one thing that I have NOT liked since the trade is the amount of isolation and one-on-one play from the Warriors. Most every offensive set involves Baron, Stephen Jackson or Al Harrington getting the ball backing it down or trying to drive to the basket to score or draw a foul.
Unfortunately, it is not working all that well and because of this, the offense is stagnant and the rest of the players are standing around watching.
The one-on-one stuff does not happen every single time down the floor, but it happens over 65-70% of the time which is just way too much if you ask me. Once in a while in certain situations it is okay to play this way, but the Warriors need to learn to play team basketball and pass the ball and find open players.
Al Harrington seems to want to shoot the ball every time he touches it and unfortunately, he is inconsistent. Some games he will keep you in games with this good shooting, but others he can literally shoot the Warriors out of a game.
As I have said in the past before Al joined the team, he is the Shareef Abdur-Rahim of the 21st century in the fact that he puts up great stats for bad teams that do not win and make the playoffs. I hope this changes with Al as he does have some talent, but basketball is a TEAM game and until Al and the Warriors figure this out they will struggle and NOT make the playoffs any time soon.