"It's the player's team" -Coach Steve Kerr
Kerr put onto the players' shoulders the whole game literally. Why? Because it's the players who also played the coaching portion of the match and apparently, it is extremely effective. Why? Just looking at that humongous 46 point victory over Suns? Who would tell that this is just a win due to luck? Nobody of course.
This player coaching thingy may be the ultimate reason for their electrifying victory. Four of five starters of the Dubs scored double digits and thus point production are spread more evenly.
Omri Casspi had a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds.
Pachulia, despite the usual low scoring game, had his game evolved, dishing out 5 assists. Mind that he's the center yet he became the offensive trigger.
The Dubs were just too dominating. The teamwork is undeniably present. They have 36 assists in total while Suns only had 13.
Another remarkable stat is the shot blocks where Warriors had 16 but Phoenix only with 3.
An impenetrable defense plus a smoothly flowing offense would just be the perfect package to ravage any foe.
Suns could not get a hold of the pace of the game as they were dusted off completely with only 4 fastbreak points while allowing the Dubs to hit 32.
It may be well for the coaches to let their players do what they want to do at times instead of assigning them roles. This is where the team find its inherent teamwork and maximize their full potentials. Kerr just let the Dubs play and surprisingly they won with absolute domination.