Update: The Warriors beat the Brooklyn Nets in overtime Saturday night, 107-99, and Stephen Curry scored 34 points. The team is now 11-0.
This is not news. Consider it a public service announcement for sports agnostics and casual sports fans alike — the Golden State Warriors are a historic team worth paying attention to.
If last year’s championship season wasn’t enough to vault the Warriors into the conversation of “Best Teams of All Time,” their 10-0 start to this season should leave little doubt.
In addition to the 10-game winning streak, the Dubs lead the league in scoring (114.8 PPG) and point differential (+17.1 PPG). They’ve beaten five teams with winning records and have won five games on the road. It’s hard to believe, but this Warriors team looks even better than last year’s — in every facet of the game.