The Golden State Warriors have the league’s second-best record, having most recently taken down the San Antonio Spurs although the Dubs rested many of their key players. That just how deep this roster is.
Even when they sit their two All-Star starters (Stephen Curry and Andrew Wiggins) and their other two former All-Stars (Draymond Green and Klay Thompson), the Warriors have enough firepower to take down a team that should rival for a play-in tournament spot.
The Golden State Warriors have had a terrific start to the season. Many metrics point to them being the favorite to make it out of the Western Conference.
Golden State has consistently proved doubters wrong. To kick off the season, many didn’t expect them to be quite as good as they are, especially since they’ve had multiple stints without Green and recently brought back Thompson for the first time since the middle of 2019.
The Warriors have taken down teams like Brooklyn and Chicago in the East and Phoenix and Utah in the West. While most teams aren’t at full strength, Golden State has also weathered the storm of health and safety protocols along with injuries.
The Warriors are primed for a deep playoff run, one that could give fans memorable moments. Golden State has made five of the last eight NBA Finals. That said, let’s dive into three stats that suggest this team can make yet another Finals appearance.