Golden State Warriors bring surprising results on Fremont High survey

Freshman Anthony Batts is ready for a Warriors win on Wednesday. If the Warriors win, they will have the best single season record in NBA history.

Freshman Anthony Batts is ready for a Warriors win on Wednesday. If the Warriors win, they will have the best single season record in NBA history.

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Even though Klay Thompson won the Foot Locker Three-Point Contest, students at Fremont High School say that Stephen Curry is a better three-point shooter than Klay Thompson.

In a survey conducted by the Fremont High School Journalism class about the Golden State Warriors, some interesting results from 23 responses surfaced.

Ninety percent of Fremont students surveyed said they like the Golden State Warriors. Ten of those 23 people like Stephen Curry as their favorite player. That’s 43 percent. The second favorite player was Draymond Green, who picked up five votes (22 percent).

“Draymond Green, that’s my baby daddy,” wrote one junior girl.

The third favorite Warrior among Fremont survey takers was Klay Thompson with two votes.

Sixty-five percent of students surveyed said Green is a better player than Andre Iguodala, even though Iguodala won the NBA Finals MVP award.

More than 90 percent of the people surveyed said Curry is a better three-point shooter than Thompson even after Thompson was crowned three-point champion in Toronto in February.

Curry had made 392 three point shots as of April 12. Thompson had made 272. Known as the “Splash Brothers,” Curry and Thompson lead the league in three-pointers.

Most surprising of all on the survey is that 39 percent of the survey takers did not believe the Warriors are better than the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls.

The Warriors and the 95-96 Bulls are tied right now with the most wins in NBA history in a single season at 72 each. This controversy may be settled when the Golden State Warriors face the Memphis Grizzlies on April 13 at the Oracle Arena at 7:30 p.m.

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