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1998–99 Golden State Warriors season

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Head coach  P. J. Carlesimo
Arena  The Arena in Oakland
Playoff finish  DNQ
Owner(s)  Chris Cohan
Record  21–29 (.420)
Place  Division: 6th (Pacific) Conference: 11th (Western)

The 1998-99 NBA season was the Warriors' 53rd season in the NBA and 37th in the San Francisco Bay Area. In the 1998 NBA draft, the Warriors selected Vince Carter out of the University of North Carolina with the fifth pick, but soon traded him to the Toronto Raptors for his college teammate Antawn Jamison. They also acquired John Starks, Chris Mills and Terry Cummings from the New York Knicks during the offseason. The Warriors showed signs of improvement in a lockout shortened season. Despite playing 32 games fewer, they won two more games than the previous year, finishing sixth in the Pacific Division with a 21–29 record. Following the season, Bimbo Coles was traded to the Atlanta Hawks, Muggsy Bogues signed as a free agent with the Toronto Raptors, and Tony Delk signed with the Sacramento Kings.

z - clinched division title y - clinched division title x - clinched playoff spot

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1998–99 Golden State Warriors season Wikipedia


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