The Warriors’ core of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green is no stranger to postseason success, and the trio is crucial for any team that aspires to go deep in the playoffs.
But there’s one mind-blowing number that shows how dominant Golden State’s Big Three is when they all play together in the postseason. When Curry, Thompson, and Green all play every game of an NBA playoff series, the Warriors have never lost.
When Curry started on the Bench for the Warriors’ First Playoff Game Against the Denver
If you’re keeping score at home, the Dubs have now won every playoff series in which their starting five has all appeared.
As Curry started on the bench for the Warriors’ first playoff game against the Denver Nuggets, he won’t get to add to that total in this series, but there is still plenty of postseason remaining should Golden State advance.
To Paraphrase Curry: “Unquestionable Chemistry.”
Put simply, “we’re just some dogs,” Curry said. Me and Klay are fierce competitors and hilarious jokesters, and Draymond lights up the court.
Getting the victory is crucial. I believe that all humans possess a latent murderous instinct, which finds several outlets. Also, we’ve pooled our resources and knowledge and are well aware of our individual talents. This recipe is quite delicious, pretty good.
Incredible Warriors Big Three Playoff Stat Being Tested in Nuggets
It is well known that the Bay Area’s “Big Three” have won three NBA championships as a unit over the past decade. The Warriors’ astonishing 14-0 streak dates back to 2015, when they swept all four postseason series with the core group of players in tow.
In the 2016 Western Conference Finals, Steph, Klay, and Green only played in the opening games for the Warriors against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
In the 2017 championship run, the trio started every game and helped the Warriors win four more series. In the 2018 and 2019 playoffs, they helped the Warriors win two and three more series, respectively.