Documenting the Golden State Warriors’ Success by the Numbers

The Golden State Warriors are off to a historic start. With last night’s win against the Utah Jazz, the Warriors’ NBA-best 30-5 record puts them in several elite categories historically.

Here are some statistics about the Warriors’ impressive start to the 2014-15 season:

In addition to the Warriors’ success, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has also had a historic start to his coaching career. The Warriors’ 30-5 record puts Kerr in the record books too:

Stephen Curry has been on quite a roll recently too. He’s been one of the top talents in the NBA for the past couple seasons, but this year, he’s elevated his game to new heights. He’s a legitimate MVP candidate, and he’s one of the leading vote-getters for the 2015 NBA All-Star Game. In addition, he’s been red hot the past few games.

The Warriors are riding high on many levels right now. They have a rookie head coach who’s coaching like a veteran, elite coach. They have arguably the best point guard in the league and the leading candidate to win the MVP Award this season. They have the best backcourt in the NBA.

They have arguably the best offense and defense in the NBA. They have a deep roster. They’ve been atop the power rankings for most of this season. They have the best fans in the NBA. The list goes on.

The Warriors have a tough stretch of games this week though. As mentioned earlier, they played the Jazz last night in Utah, and they play the Miami Heat at home tonight. Then, the Warriors go back on the road to face the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday night and the Houston Rockets on Saturday night.

That’s a tough stretch of four games in five nights, which includes two sets of back-to-backs. The Warriors have overcome tough stretches of the schedule before though, and the Warriors’ confidence is at an all-time high right now so will their success continue this week? It’s quite possible.

We’ll see if the Warriors can keep breaking and setting records in the upcoming games.

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