If the Golden State Warriors were not considered a dynasty before, they should be now after they won their fourth NBA Championship in eight years.
This dynasty win their first championship when they won it all in 2015. They followed that up with another trip to the finals that resulted in a loss before they won the next two years in a row. The Warriors won three out of four years in a row.
After some serious injuries to their core players and dealing with some key players leaving the team in free agency, the Warriors missed the playoffs in consecutive seasons after making it to the finals five years straight.
The core of this team has remained constant for the duration of this dynasty run for the past eight years. That is Steph Curry, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson. Those three have been there for all of their four championships.
The team this year added some key young players to that group as well since their last championship in Andrew Wiggins, Jordan Poole, and Gary Payton II, which have helped them immensely. They could potentially carry this dynasty on for a handful of more seasons as the Warriors Big 3 starts to get older.
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