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You conveniently left out that the Warriors averaged 30.4 assists/game — far and away the most in the league — this season, incorporate a maze of off-ball screens and subsequent movement to and from the basket into their offense, and led the league in both steals and blocks on defense while having the second-highest defensive rating in the league behind the Spurs. If you’re going to have a take that they are “bad for basketball” by pointing out the crazy shots they are capable of making, then you really should consider other, more telling points like this when looking at the Warriors on the whole. They compete all across the floor, especially on defense, and they make good shots possible on offense. Their star power plays at its most powerful as a result. Sounds pretty good for basketball to me.

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