Here's a look at the results for the Warriors' players who took part in Saturday's NBA All-Star festivities in New Orleans.
Rising Star forward Harrison Barnes failed to get a single vote for the West squad in the Slam Dunk Contest which was dampened by a new format.
Barnes actually did a layup in the freestyle round and his subsequent two-handed single pump dunk was no match for a 360 by Indiana's Paul George.
[VIDEO: Barnes vs George]
All-Star guard Stephen Curry made three half-court shots in practice, but was eliminated in the first-round of the 3-Point Contest which was won by former Warrior guard Marco Belinelli who now plays for San Antonio.
[VIDEO: Watch Curry in Round 1]
Prior to the contest, Curry, his father Dell and WNBA player Becky Hammon fell short in the Shooting Stars Competition which was won by Team Bosh.
[VIDEO: Team Curry Shooting Stars Highlights]
Earlier in the day, the NBDL All-Star Game feature three members of the Santa Cruz Warriors, Golden State's D-League affiliate.
Shooting guard Cam Jones replaced teammate center Dewayne Dedmon on the Prospects' roster while point guard Seth Curry and center Hilton Armstrong suited up for the Futures team. Dedmon decided to rest for the weekend.
The Prospects won 145-142 with Jones finishing with 14 points, seven assists and a steal. Curry and Armstrong had 10 points each for the Futures.
Dell Curry was also one of the judges in the D-League Slam Dunk Contest.
Steph will start in Sunday's All-Star Game.