The Warriors, who lead the NBA Power Rankings, are the league's best and most entertaining team -- a rare feat they're pulling off with relative ease.
Are you not entertained? Are you not entertained?! Is this not why you're here?
It's fitting that the Warriors have done the NBA's best "Gladiator" impression over the first six weeks of the season. Golden State has slain the competition, earning its best start in team history and a franchise-best 12-game winning streak. There's almost nothing the Dubs can't do: They are No. 1 in defensive rating, assists, blocks and opponent field goal percentage. They are No. 2 in field goal percentage, three-point percentage and defensive rebounds. They have the best backcourt, far and away the best starting lineup and legitimate candidates for MVP (Stephen Curry), Coach of the Year (Steve Kerr), Most Improved Player (Harrison Barnes) and the Sixth Man Award (Marreese Speights).
Short of taking down a tiger at the Colosseum, there's not much more the Warriors can do to prove themselves. They're the NBA's best and most entertaining team -- a rare feat being pulled off with relative ease.
Let's see where all 30 teams stand in this week's NBA Power Rankings:
(All stats and records are through Dec. 7.)