The Golden State Warriors Big 3 has completely changed how the league views this organization. While the Dubs before them did have some stars like Monta Ellis and Stephen Jackson, they were never the complete, title-contending team they are now.
With two-time MVP Stephen Curry leading the way, not only do they have superstars at the top of their roster, but they have several potential All-Star players on the come-up as well. The future is bright for Golden State.
The Golden State Warriors won the 2022 NBA Finals, and they’ll need the Big 3 to stay atop of their game to repeat. Here’s how they can do that.
This past season, both Andrew Wiggins and Draymond Green joined Curry as superstars with Klay Thompson returning to the court for the first time since the summer of 2019.
It was an impressive regular season, one in which the Dubs ended in third place in the conference. They played Denver then Memphis then Dallas and capped it off with the Celtics, not playing in a single Game 7.
The Dubs will have Curry at 34, Green at 32, and Thompson at 32 all back in action this upcoming season. Each has some ways they can improve to help enhance the chances Golden State repeats as champs.
Let’s dive into how they can do just that.