In a resounding 134-112 victory over the Atlanta Hawks, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Steph Curry, the celebrated triumvirate of the Golden State Warriors, notched their 400th win together. This milestone solidifies their place among the NBA’s iconic trios, a feat acknowledged by Klay Thompson during his postgame reflections.
“Any time I’m on the court with those two, I’m very grateful because I have friends in this league who tell me how lucky I am to play with my friends and experience that continuity of having teammates together for over a decade,” shared Thompson. His sentiments reflect a deep appreciation for the rarity of such longstanding camaraderie in professional sports.
The cumulative record of 400 wins to 143 losses, resulting in an outstanding .736 winning percentage when Thompson, Curry, and Green all start, illustrates not only their prowess but the synergistic magic they bring to the court. This remarkable achievement, excluding their impressive 98 playoff victories, underscores the trio’s pivotal role in the Warriors’ dominance.
Klay Thompson, Steph Curry, and Draymond Green are huge pillars for the Warriors
Beyond the numerical triumphs, the trio has been instrumental in reshaping the Warriors organization. Thompson, Curry, and Green aren’t just players; they’ve become the faces of a globally recognized brand, steering the franchise back to prominence.
Their journey, however, hasn’t been without challenges. Suspensions, significant injuries, and the ebb and flow of seasons tested their resilience. Yet, as Klay Thompson rightly puts it, “I never take it for granted being out there with no. 23 and no. 30.” This collective gratitude emanates from a shared history that extends beyond the court.
As the iconic trio continues to etch their legacy, the milestone of 400 wins stands as a testament to their enduring partnership and the impact they’ve had on the Golden State Warriors. With humility and determination, Thompson, Curry, and Green look forward to adding more victories to their storied career, solidifying their place in NBA history.