The Golden State Warriors have been nothing but spectacular this NBA season. Coming off from an unexpected championship last season, Stephen Curry and his squad are unstoppable in proving that they deserve their trophy. Moreover, the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Derrick Rose James Harden and Dwyane Wade got the shock of their NBA careers when the Draymond Green squad trampled over their defenses easily.
However, the most surprising twist this NBA season is the gradual rise of the small ball basketball. This strategy now sees big men, such as David Lee, virtually out of jobs to allow their NBA teams to adapt to the changes. Moreover, Curry and his Small Ball Death Squad proved that professional basketball can be as fan as a player wants it to be. That is, the 2014-15 NBA MVP shows the public that the sport could be enjoyed by everybody - not just the big guys.
"I enjoy what I do," shared Curry, according to the Chicago Tribune. He added, "I'm blessed to be able to play this game, be healthy (and) play with some great teammates. We have fun the way that we play. When we put together a performance like that and everybody is feeling good and everybody is involved, it's a fun brand of basketball."
The Golden State Warriors delivered not one, but two blowout wins in their road games this week. The first one was against the Cleveland Cavaliers, where the Harrison Barnes team shocked the Kyrie Irving squad with a 132-98 win.
"The Cleveland game was a good game for us, but it's definitely in the past," said Green via USA Today. Addressing the reports of the Golden State Warriors sending a message of dominance to the Eastern Conference, he shared that it is too early to claim such thing.
Green said, "I don't think it's really possible to send a message in a regular season game. When you're talking about a possible Finals matchup, nobody cares what happened in game 41 or 42 or whatever it was."
The next blowout victory of the Golden State Warriors is the recently concluded game against the Chicago Bulls. The Jimmy Butler squad saw their group scramble to score while attempting to take control of the reigning MVP champs. The failure of the Pau Gasol squad to match the energy and aggression of the Golden State Warriors resulted in an embarrassing 125-94 score.
"It's good for us," commented Luke Walton via a separate USA Today report in their face off against the Chicago Bulls. The Golden State Warriors interim head coach added, "We're trying to win another championship, and if we're gonna get every team to play their best shot, it helps sharpen our skills and sharpen what we need to do if we want to keep winning. Even though it makes it more challenging to win some of these games, I think it's good for our team as a whole."