NBA PROFESSIONAL TEAMS CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

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Professional History—–

The Golden State Warriors are an American professional basketball team based in Oakland, California….

•Selected by Golden State in the second round (35th generally speaking) of the 2012 NBA Draft..

•Signed an agreement expansion with Golden State on July 9, 2015.

•Two-time NBA champion with Golden State (2015 and 2017).

•Named the NBA Defensive Player of the Year in 2016-17, the principal player in establishment history to procure the respect.

•Two-time All-Star (2016 and 2017).

•Named to the All-Defensive First Team in three-straight seasons (2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17), turning into the principal player in establishment history to acquire All-Defensive First Team respects in three-straight battles.

•Named to the All-NBA Team twice, acquiring All-NBA Second Team respects in 2015-16 and All-NBA Third Team awards in 2016-17.

•Has recorded 19 profession customary season triple-pairs, which positions second record-breaking in Warriors history behind just Tom Gola (20)… Warriors are 19-0 when he records a triple-twofold in the standard season.

•Became the principal player in NBA history to record a triple-twofold without scoring in twofold figures, counting 11 bounce back, 10 helps and a vocation high and establishment record 10 takes on 2/10/17 at Memphis… Joined Alvin Robertson as the main players to have no less than 10 bounce back, 10 helps and 10 takes in a diversion (Robertson did as such in a fourfold twofold on 2/18/86 versus Phoenix) and turned into the primary player with at least 10 takes and no less than five blocked shots in a diversion since the NBA started following those classifications in 1973-74… Completed with four focuses and five pieces in that challenge.

•Led the NBA in takes per diversion (2.03) in 2016-17.

•Became the primary player in Warriors history to record no less than 150 takes and 100 squares in a solitary season and the thirteenth player in NBA history to do as such since the NBA started following pieces and takes in 1973-74 (first since Dwyane Wade in 2008-09)… Completed the 2016-17 battle with a solitary season profession best 154 takes to run with 106 pieces.

•Became the primary player in NBA history to record no less than 1,000 focuses, 500 bounce back, 500 helps, 100 takes and 100 pieces in a solitary season in 2015-16 (since 1973-74 when takes and squares were authoritatively recorded).

•Recorded 13 triple-copies in 2015-16, breaking Tom Gola’s single-season establishment record of nine triple-duplicates set in 1959-60.

•Won an Olympic gold decoration with Team USA at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

•Named Western Conference Player of the Week once.

•On the Warriors’ untouched customary season vocation pioneers records, positions ninth in threes made (361), tenth in pieces (415) and tenth in takes (540).

•Appeared in 397 amusements (249 begins) more than five seasons with Golden State, averaging 9.0 focuses, 6.8 bounce back, 4.1 helps, 1.36 takes and 1.05 squares in 26.8 minutes.

NBA POSTSEASON CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

•Appeared in 80 postseason recreations (66 begins), averaging 12.7 focuses, 8.8 bounce back, 5.0 helps, 1.55 takes and 1.45 squares in 33.8 minutes while shooting 43.3 percent from the field, 34.2 percent from three-point run and 73.2 percent from the free toss line.

•On the Warriors’ unsurpassed postseason vocation pioneers records, positions first in squares (116), second in takes (124), second in helps (396), second in diversions played (80), third in bounce back (704), third in three-pointers made (111), third in minutes played (2,707), fifth in free tosses made (221), seventh in focuses (1,018) and seventh in field objectives made (343).

•Has counted three triple-copies in his postseason vocation, tied with Tom Gola (3) for most postseason profession triple-pairs in establishment history.

•Has counted 30 twofold copies, including four 20/10 diversions and one 30/10 amusement, in his postseason profession.

•Has scored 20 or more focuses 11 times and 30 or more twice in his postseason profession.

•Became the main player in establishment history to record no less than 100 takes and 100 squares in his postseason profession.

•Recorded no less than one take in 20-straight playoff diversions (6/16/15-6/5/16), a vocation best dash of playoff recreations with no less than one take.

•Tallied 32 focuses and 15 bounce back, his first vocation 30/10 amusement (normal season or playoffs), to run with nine aids a postseason profession high 47 minutes in Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals on 6/19/16 versus Cleveland… Scored 22 focuses in the principal a large portion of, the most scored in a first 50% of a NBA Finals Game 7 since Walt Frazier scored 23 focuses in the primary half on 5/8/70… Associated on six three-pointers (6-of-8 3FG), tying the record for most threes made in Game 7 of the NBA Finals set by Shane Battier in 2013… Joined James Worthy (36 focuses and 16 bounce back for the L.A. Lakers in 1988) as the main players to deliver no less than 30 focuses and 15 bounce back in a control (non-extra time) Game 7 of the NBA Finals.

•Missed his first profession playoff diversion in Game 5 of the 2016 NBA Finals on 6/13/16 versus Cleveland due to a NBA suspension.

•Blocked a vocation high seven shots (standard season or playoffs) in Game 4 of the 2016 Western Conference Semifinals on 5/9/16 at Portland, adding four takes to wind up the primary player since Ben Wallace on 4/23/05 to hinder no less than seven shots and swipe no less than four takes in a playoff amusement… Tied a playoff vocation high with nine free tosses.

•Scored a vocation high 37 focuses (customary season or playoffs) on profession highs of 13 field objectives and eight three-pointers in Game 3 of the 2016 Western Conference Semifinals on 5/7/16 at Portland.

•Joined Tom Gola as the main players in establishment history to post various playoff triple-pairs, counting 23 focuses, 13 bounce back and a playoff profession high 11 aids Game 1 of the 2016 Western Conference Semifinals on 5/1/16 versus

Portland… Hit an impeccable 9-of-9 from the free toss line, a playoff profession high.

•Recorded 12 twofold copies in the 2015 NBA Playoffs, joining Nate Thurmond and Wilt Chamberlain as the main players in establishment history to record no less than 10 twofold pairs in a solitary postseason.

•Finished the 2015 NBA Playoffs with 212 bounce back, joining Wilt Chamberlain and Nate Thurmond as the main players in establishment history to get no less than 200 sheets in a solitary postseason.

•Tallied 16 focuses, 11 bounce back and 10 aids Game 6 of the 2015 NBA Finals on 6/16/15 at Cleveland, the principal triple-twofold by a Warrior in the postseason since Guy Rodgers in 1962 (first in establishment history in The Finals).

•Tied a playoff vocation high with five takes in Game 2 of the 2015 NBA Finals on 6/7/15 versus Cleveland, scoring 10 focuses and snatching 10 bounce back.

•Posted four-straight twofold pairs (each session of the 2015 First Round against New Orleans, 4/18-4/25), a vocation long playoff streak, turning into the principal Warrior to post four-straight point/bounce back twofold duplicates in the postseason since Eric “Languid” Floyd in 1987.

•Collected a postseason profession high 17 bounce back in Game 3 of the 2015 First Round on 4/23/15 at New Orleans.

•Finished the 2014 NBA Playoffs by scoring in twofold figures in three-straight diversions without precedent for his vocation (standard season or postseason).

•Swiped a playoff vocation high five takes to run with 14 focuses and 14 bounce back in Game 6 of the 2014 First Round on 5/1/14 versus the L.A. Scissors, turning into the principal Warrior to post a point/bounce back twofold while swiping five takes in the playoffs since Clifford Ray did as such on 5/12/76.

•Made his first profession playoff begin in Game 2 of the 2013 Western Conference Semifinals on 5/8/13 at San Antonio, counting five focuses, seven bounce back and five aids 33 minutes.

•Tallied 2013 postseason-highs of 16 focuses and 10 bounce back off the seat in Game 6 of the 2013 First Round on 5/2/13 versus Denver, his first profession twofold, turning into the principal Warriors new kid on the block to post a twofold in the playoffs since Chris Webber on 5/4/94 versus Phoenix (16 focuses and 13 helps) and the first to do as such off the seat since Chris Gatling on 4/30/92 at Seattle (14 focuses and 12 bounce back).

•Made his postseason make a big appearance in Game 1 of the 2013 First Round on 4/20/13 at Denver, scoring two focuses and snatching three bounce back in four minutes.

2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS WITH GOLDEN STATE:

•Appeared in 76 amusements (all begins), averaging 10.2 focuses, 7.9 bounce back, 7.0 helps, a vocation high and NBA-driving 2.03 takes to run with 1.38 pieces in 32.5 minutes.

•Named the 2016-17 NBA Defensive Player of the Year, the principal player in establishment history to win the respect.

•Earned All-NBA Third Team respects in 2016-17, his second profession All-NBA choice.

•Became the primary player in NBA history to record a triple-twofold without scoring in twofold figures, counting 11 bounce back, 10 helps and a profession high and establishment record 10 takes on 2/10 at Memphis… Joined Alvin Robertson as the main players to have no less than 10 bounce back, 10 helps and 10 takes in a diversion (Robertson did as such in a fourfold twofold on 2/18/86 versus Phoenix) and turned into the primary player with at least 10 takes and no less than five blocked shots in a diversion since the NBA started following those classes in 1973-74… Completed with four focuses and five pieces in that challenge.

•Averaged a class driving 2.03 takes for each diversion, joining Stephen Curry (2.14 takes for each amusement in 2015-16), Baron Davis (2.14 of every 2006-07) and Rick Barry (2.85 out of 1974-75) as the main Warriors to lead the NBA in takes per amusement since takes were first followed in 1973-74… Denoted the first run through in the NBA that two unique players from a similar group completed as the takes pioneer in consecutive battles.

•Became the primary player in NBA history to count midpoints of no less than 10 focuses, seven bounce back, seven helps, two takes and one square finished the course of a season since pieces and takes were first recorded in 1973-74.

•Became the principal player in Warriors history to record no less than 150 takes and 100 pieces in a solitary season and the thirteenth player in NBA history to do as such since the NBA started following squares and takes in 19

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