The Golden State Warriors are a terrific team full of special, Hall of Fame players.
Sadly, it’s been a long time since that has happened.
Due to multiple injuries, the big three hasn’t been united on the floor in literally years.
In fact, they didn’t play together for a whopping 1,005 days.
But this one-of-a-kind trifecta was back together on Monday night as the Warriors took on the Washington Wizards – and Curry, Thompson, and Green proved how special they are.
The Warriors had a 46.4 net rating last night in the 7 minutes Steph, Klay and Draymond played together.
After 1,005 days, the Big 3 are BACK. pic.twitter.com/h9HyUsmlDP
— StatMuse (@statmuse) March 15, 2022
The Warriors had a 46.4 net rating for the brief seven minutes that Curry, Thompson, and Green performed together.
They immediately started working together as if no time had passed at all.
Trouble For The West?
Green has been out of the game for more than two months because of injury and, before that, Thompson was absent for literal years because of his own.
To have all three of these guys together again is a huge benefit for the Warriors – and a sign that West could be in store for a shake-up.
Right now, the Warriors are third in the West behind the Memphis Grizzlies and the Phoenix Suns.
However, if the big three continue to thrive together, that can all change.
Will the team be able to surpass the Grizzlies and Suns?
That remains to be seen but they have a far, far better chance if Curry, Thompson, and Green are playing together.
The reunion of this squad comes at the right time as the season starts to ramp up and head for the playoffs.NEXT: NBA Fans May Be Surprised At Steph Curry's Age