Expectations are extremely high for the Golden State Warriors—Steve Nash says the Dubs have the potential to go down as the greatest team in NBA history.
Nash, who joined Golden State in a part-time role last year, believes the star-studded Warriors have no ceiling.
Steve Nash thinks the Warriors could be the best NBA team ever. Of course, realizing that potential isn't easy. https://t.co/uyXitvu8Ho
— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) October 5, 2016
The future Hall of Famer thinks the squad’s high-powered offense can be turned into “beautiful music”.
Per the San Fran Chronicle:
“Practice has been pretty sloppy, so (Tuesday) night was something I don’t know if coaches could’ve predicted before the game,” Nash said after practice Wednesday. “We’re thinking, ‘Man, this is going to take a while. We may get punched in the face a few times here.’”
Golden State’s 120-75 blitzing of Los Angeles underscored the team’s potential. When spreading the floor and performing at top efficiency, the Warriors are unmatched. Nash, a future Hall of Famer, conceded that they “potentially could be better than any team in NBA history.”
“If they keep sacrificing themselves every few possessions, or every possession, it’ll be beautiful music,” Nash said of the Warriors. “If they can get through that process of change and find that cohesion, they’ll have no ceiling.” […] “It’s a team obviously with an embarrassment of riches,” Nash said. “At the same time, it’s a work in progress.”