The Warriors have five players averaging double-digits points and nine active players averaging double-digit minutes.
Forward David Lee (19.2 points; 11.5 rebounds) remains a double-double machine. Guard Stephen Curry leads the team in points (19.8), assists (6.3), steals (1.6), 3-point percentage (.433) and free-throw percentage (.891). Second-year guard Klay Thompson (16.1 ppg; 4.2 rpg) is a budding star.
So far so good for the Warriors, but more than 70 percent of the regular season still remains. The key will be if Golden State is able to hold court inside rowdy Oracle Arena after playing 15 of its 24 first games on the road.
WARRIORS BY THE NUMBERS
1 — Number of team nicknames — Warriors
3 — Number of franchise locations — Philadelphia (1946-62), San Francisco (1962-71), Oakland (1971-present)
3 — Number of NBA championships — 1946-47; 1955-56; 1974-75
13 — Number of Hall of Famers who have played for franchise at various times
28 — Playoff appearances (in 67 seasons)
47.2; 41.5; 25.1 — Career averages in minutes, points and rebounds per game for all-time franchise leader Wilt Chamberlain
807 — Career games for franchise leader Chris Mullin
4,855 — Career assists for franchise leader Guy Rodgers
5,010 — Career free throws for franchise leader Paul Arizin
12,771 — Career rebounds for franchise leader Nate Thurmond
14,392 — Career field-goal attempts for franchise leader Rick Barry
1978 — Year the Warriors last won five straight road games until this year
1997 — Year the last time a Golden State player was selected to the All-Star Game (Latrell Sprewell)