Wednesday NBA Roundup: Warriors Far from Satisfied with Their Own Dominance

January 28th, 2016 by Grant Hughes Leave a reply »

The Golden State Warriors are a team on a mountaintop, scanning the horizon for higher peaks to climb.

"Everyone’s excited," Draymond Green said Tuesday, one day after smashing the San Antonio Spurs and one before he'd lead the Dubs into battle against the Dallas Mavericks. "We won by 30...but we had 21 turnovers. That's the most exciting part about it to me is just, yeah, we’re 41-4. Yeah, that’s great. But we’re nowhere near where I know we’re going to get."

Make it 42-4.

Green and the Warriors beat the Mavs by a final of 127-107, avenging a Dec. 30 loss and making sure there would be no satisfaction, no complacency and no post-Spurs letdown.

It was an on-brand win—one representative of a team that has supreme confidence but also a built-in understanding that staying still is moving backward.

"You get to that point where you stop getting better, you get passed by," Green said. "We don’t feel like we’re nowhere near our best, and that’s why it’s importa ...

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