1. The greatest NBA team of all-time
When it’s all said and done, we look back at the five-year dynasty that the Warriors presented us with, and the year Kevin Durant joined the powerhouse, was the most exceptional basketball team of all-time.
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Stephen Curry at the top of his prime; Kevin Durant at the top of his prime; Draymond Green at the top of his prime; Klay Thompson at the top of his prime. There is nothing else that could make up a better all-around basketball team.
Heading into the season with a new look Warriors roster, coming off the most pathetic finals performance, practically ruining their perfect 73-9 season, the ballers in the Bay were hungry.
All of the hate coming at Kevin Durant about joining the Warriors got “the snake” all fired up. Curry was the primary reason for the Warrior’s success in the 73-9 season, but during the finals, he was the primary reason for failure.
A roster fired up ready to complete a revenge tour wasn’t going to let anyone or anything get in the way of a title. And in the end, the Warriors led by Curry and Durant were able to live up to the expectations, losing only one game in its playoff run.
The greatest team of all time, no one was and would never stop the Warriors’ 2017 super team.