Are The Golden State Warriors The Greatest Team in NBA History? - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Are The Golden State Warriors The Greatest Team in NBA History?
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The Golden State Warriors made NBA history with a 125-104 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies in the final game of the regular season. The Warriors finished the 2015-2016 season 73-9 besting the 72-10 mark set by the Chicago Bulls 20 years ago. Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr was a member of that Bulls team. Of course, Kerr was sidelined for more than half the season recovering from back surgery. It was under Lukes Walton began the season 24-0 and winning 39 of its first 43 games before Kerr took back the reins.

 

But where would this team have been without Stephen Curry? He sank his 400th 3-pointer last night shattering his own record of 286 a year ago. A second consecutive NBA MVP is on the order paper for Curry.

 

How good were the Warriors? The 5-time NBA champion San Antonio Spurs were 67-15. Normally that would have been the the league’s best record. Instead the Spurs finished 6 games back of the Warriors.

 

But if the Warriors are somehow upset by the Houston Rockets in the first round of the playoffs it will be a footnote much like the New England Patriots undefeated season in 2007 after the New York Giants beat them in the Super Bowl.

Nevertheless with teams like the Warriors, Spurs, Thunder, Cacaliers, Raptors and dare I say the Celtics the NBA is embarking upon  a Golden Age. That Golden Age begins in Golden State.

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