Wednesday night's game at Chase Center was by far the toughest night for the Warriors since the team moved its operations across the bay from downtown Oakland.
Not only did they lose to the Phoenix Suns in a contest where Golden State was down by as many as 32 points in the first half, but Steph Curry broke his left hand and will miss an undetermined amount of time.
Where do the Warriors now stand in the pecking order of the NBA? Well if you ask Fox Sport 1's Nick Wright, Golden State occupies a spot at the bottom of the cellar.
The Warriors have started the season 1-3, including a few blowout losses, but the Pelicans and Kings have yet to win a game this season, while seven other NBA teams also have one win so far.
Draymond Green is still in the starting lineup for the Dubs, and with D'Angelo Russell brings a combined four All-Star selections into the rotation. So it's not like the team is completely devoid of talent.
Without Curry, Golden State will be reliant on a lot of newcomers to right the ship and try to bring the Warriors back into contention.
The team will get its next chance Friday night when the San Antonio Spurs roll into San Francisco.