Draymond Green, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson have been teammates since 2012. During that time they made it to six NBA Finals and won three championships.
Their names became synonymous with the Warriors and winning. Kevon Looney says that the trio changed the game of basketball and will be remembered as winners.
“This shows how special of a trio they are that they are able to win under different circumstances, different teams, different eras, different styles of play,” Looney said. “When they first won it, the NBA was a lot different. They style of play was a lot different.
“They kind of changed the game. I always joke with Draymond, he just revolutionized the big man spot, kid of got rid of the power forward position.
“Them guys are the definition of winners. They’re gonna be remembered as winners. They’re going to have their individual accolades, but I think they’re most going to be remembered as being dominant and winning and not even being highly touted. They’re not high draft picks, All-Americans and things like that. But they came in, they changed the NBA.”