Just three years removed from being unceremoniously kicked out of the NBA’s throne room, the Golden State Warriors are once again on top of the basketball world! What is it that makes the Dubs tick?
With just 3 games to go before the NBA crowns a new king, both teams must now strive to be at their best. Will the Warriors’ experience save the day? Or will the Celtics’ hunger spell the difference?
The Celtics are a pleasant surprise with their 1-0 series lead. What makes them scary is that Jayson Tatum, their main man, was not even a party to the offensive uprising in that fateful 4th stanza. What makes them scarier still is that they did it in the Warriors’ homecourt at the Chase Center Arena in San Francisco.
With the abbreviated Play-in completed, the Brooklyn Nets, the Atlanta Hawks, the Minnesota Timberwolves and the New Orleans Pelicans step forward to claim their slots
2,975 3-pts made. And counting. Delivered in only 789 games and 12 seasons of action. In comparison, the ex-record holder, Ray Allen, scored 2,973 3-pointers in 1,300 games and 18 seasons. Steph’s journey to achieve this record is truly amazing. And what’s scary about this is that Steph is still at the prime of his playing years. Given the fact that he still has about 5 years in the NBA, this record could be nothing short of unreachable.
Basketball has evolved so much during the past decade. And a big part of that must be credited to the Golden State Warriors. If you are a serious student of the game, watch the Warriors play. Understand the small nuances, the subtle changes and adjustments. Not only will you learn about new basketball concepts, perhaps you’ll find some profound nuggets of wisdom you could use in running your life.