With six minutes left in the Warriors' 107-98 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday, Ky Bowman reminded Golden State of the force required to improve during this transitional season. The two-way guard intercepted a pass from Bucks big man Brook Lopez, took two prolonged dribbles, and skied for a dunk over Milwaukee wing Wes Mathews right in front of Warriors All-Stars Stephen Curry and D'Angelo Russell. Similar efforts have come in spurts, as the Warriors' dynastic talent pool of the last five seasons has been replaced by a group of unproven players, closing the margin for error and reinforcing the need for maximum effort on a nightly basis.