What we learned in the Warriors-Warriors series

Warriors star Stephen Curry was a key part of the Warriors’ success, but was there any other player on the roster who made more impactful plays?

The Warriors have a lot of great players, but Curry was the key to their success, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

Curry was a catalyst, a sparkplug and an offensive weapon who helped them win the 2015 NBA Finals.

The Warriors had no shortage of options when it came to scoring, and Curry was their go-to scorer.

But he wasn’t the only one on the Warriors roster to make a difference.

Here are 10 players who helped the Warriors win games in the playoffs, per ESPN Stats and Info:1.

Andrew Bogut was a dominant defender.

He led the league with 3.7 steals per game, which ranked third in the NBA.

Bogut averaged 17.8 points per game and 11.2 rebounds per game.

Bogut had a knack for scoring, averaging 23.6 points per 36 minutes of play.

Boguts ability to finish at the rim helped him be an elite scorer.


Harrison Barnes scored 30.2 points per 48 minutes of game time.

Barnes averaged a career-high 22.1 points per 40 minutes.

He was an integral part of Golden State’s championship run.

He made 42.7 percent of his field goal attempts, while shooting 59.4 percent from the free-throw line.3.

Draymond Green averaged 26.8 rebounds per 36 and made 41.1 percent of the shots he attempted.

He finished third in points per contest with a career high of 23.1.

Green had an impressive season, averaging 24.4 points per 37 minutes.4.

Dr. J’s signature shot, the three-pointer.

He posted career highs in points, rebounds and blocks per game last season.

Green shot 42.1% from the floor, 43.7% from three-point range and 71.1 from the charity stripe.5.

Shaun Livingston had a big season in Golden State.

He averaged 24.9 points per 100 possessions and shot 53.3% from long range.

He scored 15.6 rebounds per 100 minutes and made 47.9% of his free throws.

Livingston was a major reason Golden State went to the Finals, averaging 18.3 points per night and shooting 60.7%.6.

Klay Thompson made 36.2% of 3-point attempts and made 51.7%, but his rebounding average was low and he averaged just 7.3 rebounds per contest.7.

DeAndre Jordan had a good year, averaging 19.9 minutes per game in his final season with the Warriors.

He played at a high level, averaging a career best in points and rebounds per 48.7 minutes.8.

Russell Westbrook had a great year, with the Oklahoma City Thunder making the playoffs for the first time since 2011.

He ranked second in the league in scoring, assists and steals per contest, while ranking second in total points, assists, steals and three-pointers per game (1.7 per game).

Westbrook scored 24.8 per game on a career highs of 24.1 and 11 assists per game this season.9.

Damian Lillard was the most effective player on a team that went deep into the playoffs.

The Portland Trail Blazers were in the thick of it with Lillard, who averaged 18.1 per game with 11.3 assists.

He also finished fourth in points (12.8), third in rebounds (5.5) and third in blocked shots per game as well.10.

Kyrie Irving averaged 24 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks per contest as the Cleveland Cavaliers were in control.

He shot 45.7 from the field and 41.7 on the free throw line.11.

LeBron James averaged 26 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks per night, which was the third-most points per 120 minutes of work this season for a Cavs player.

James had a career season and averaged 25.1 rebounds per 40 and 12.1 assists per 40.

He had a double-double in the Cleveland series, scoring 29 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in the final minute of regulation.12.

Russell Wilson had an excellent season in Seattle, finishing with a 26-2 record, a 101.6 rating and a .927 winning percentage.

Wilson posted a career low in turnovers per game of 2.3 per game which led to the Seahawks making the playoff for the second time in three years.

He started the season shooting just 32.4% from deep, but he finished the season with a .975 winning percentage which was fourth-best in the NFL.13.

Carmelo Anthony scored 28 points per minute and finished fifth in scoring among all players with at least 500 minutes.

Anthony was the fourth player in NBA history to score 30,000 points and finish with 30 or more points per 90 minutes of playing time.14.

Chris Paul had an incredible season with Golden State, averaging