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I don’t care how old school you are or that you worshiped Jordan and the Bulls, if you’re not in awe of Steph Curry and the Warriors then you don’t respect the game of basketball. There’s a myriad of reasons for the Warriors success but I think one that gets overlooked and is probably one of the most important is that they’re a group of guys that actually like each other. When I watch basketball I always take notice to how the players and coaches interact with each other on the court and on the bench. If you want to take it one step further watch the best player: Does he say good pass to the teammate that gave him an assist? Is he active when he’s on the bench? Does he help guys up off the floor? Is he receptive to coaching? How does he react to bad officiating? How does he react when things aren’t going well? I could go on but I don’t want to bore you with how I analyze basketball games. The point is that the Warriors are playing tonight for regular season win number 73, an NBA record. They have really good players and arguably the best player in the world right now, however, they’re in this position not because of their talent but because of their character and culture. I don’t know any of them personally but I can tell by watching them play that they genuinely care about each other.  You need good players to win, you need a good culture to win a championship. Enjoy the game.