2005–06 Golden State Warriors season

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2005–06 Golden State Warriors season
Head coach Mike Montgomery
General manager Chris Mullin
Arena Oakland Arena
Results
Record 34–48 (.415)
Place Division: 5th
Playoff finish did not qualify
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The 2005-06 Golden State Warriors season was the team's 60th in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 34-48 output from the previous season. They tied it exactly, finishing 34-48 again, but failed to qualify for the playoffs for the twelfth straight season.[1]

2005-06 Roster

15 Andris Biedrins C 6-11 240 April 2, 1986 1

3 Will Bynum PG 6-0 185 January 4, 1983 R Georgia Institute of Technology 11 Zarko Cabarkapa PF 6-11 235 May 21, 1981 2

40 Calbert Cheaney SF 6-7 209 July 17, 1971 12 Indiana University

5 Baron Davis PG 6-3 209 April 13, 1979 6 University of California, Los Angeles

9 Ike Diogu PF 6-8 250 September 11, 1983 R Arizona State University

34 Mike Dunleavy SF 6-9 220 September 15, 1980 3 Duke University

8 Monta Ellis SG 6-3 175 October 26, 1985 R

4 Derek Fisher PG 6-1 200 August 9, 1974 9 University of Arkansas at Little Rock

31 Adonal Foyle C 6-10 250 March 9, 1975 8 Colgate University

0 Aaron Miles PG 6-1 175 April 13, 1983 R University of Kansas

1 Troy Murphy PF 6-11 245 May 2, 1980 4 University of Notre Dame

2 Mickael Pietrus SF 6-6 215 February 7, 1982 2

23 Jason Richardson SG 6-6 220 January 20, 1981 4 Michigan State University

21 Chris Taft C 6-10 260 March 10, 1985 R University of Pittsburgh


Standings[edit]

Pacific Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div
y-Phoenix Suns 54 28 .659 - 31–10 23–18 10–6
x-Los Angeles Clippers 47 35 .573 7 27–14 20–21 7–9
x-Los Angeles Lakers 45 37 .549 9 27–14 18–23 9–7
x-Sacramento Kings 44 38 .537 10 27–14 17–24 10–6
Golden State Warriors 34 48 .415 20 21–20 13–28 4–12


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