D’Antoni says ‘this is a great season’ for Warriors after ‘big turnaround’

Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers announced the team will host the San Antonio Spurs in their first game of the season on Sunday.

Myers said that, in a statement, the Warriors have “a great start” in the season and will look to build on it.

 “We are thrilled to welcome San Antonio to Oracle Arena,” Myers said.

The Warriors have won six of their last seven games, which is the longest winning streak in the league. “

Our focus is on the next few weeks and, as we continue to build and build and grow, this is a really exciting season.”

The Warriors have won six of their last seven games, which is the longest winning streak in the league.

They have not lost a game this season, winning 11 of their first 12.

Myers and general manager Chris Grant added that the team is not only the NBA’s top team, but also the NBA and NBA-best.

“This is an incredible turnaround,” Myers told reporters.

“We have the best team in the NBA, the best coach in the world in Stephen Curry, the greatest basketball player in Steph Curry, and the greatest athlete in Andre Iguodala.

It’s not about the individual stats; it’s about the fact that we’re winning.

We have a great locker room, a great basketball team, a really good team.

We’ve got some amazing players and a really great organization.”

Golden State has been outscored by 15.8 points per 100 possessions this season.

The Warriors have been outrebounded by 5.3 points per game, but are tied for first in the West with Cleveland.