Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Kevin Durant. After all the Twitter smoke clears and the faces are Crying Jordan'd and the Russell Westbrook loneliness memes have run their course, that's the reality. Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Kevin Durant. On the same team. For years to come.
So what's your move, League?
Let's forget for a moment the responsibility NBA commissioner Adam Silver has over ensuring even the loosest possible semblance of parity and competitive balance (word to David Stern vetoing Chris Paul's Lakers career) and let's consider what opposing players and GMs now face. In order to beat a team that won more games in NBA history than any other and now just added the second or third best player on the planet, you're going to need more than a single superstar or even a duo of superstars.
You're going to need at least three top-15 NBA players. And lots of prayer.
Let's look ahead to next summer. Let's pretend the Steph Curry and Kevin Durant-led Warriors are coming off a 70-ish win regular season that culminated in an NBA championship.
The arms race now continues. Where do the 29 other teams go from here?