For the last two years, the Warriors have constantly emphasized the team's depth with the term, "Strength in Numbers."
What was Steve Kerr's inspiration for coining the phrase?
"I looked at the roster and we had so many guys who can play," Kerr explained. "It seemed obvious that if we played 10-11 people every night, at a high level, for shorter minutes, that we could wear people down.
"I think what happened was, I put together a video to the show the team on the eve of training camp our first year. And I wanted them to get a feel for who we are as a staff, so there was some humor involved and some clips from movies.
"And I had Marv Albert narrate it, so we worked pretty hard on this thing ... can you imagine Marv saying, 'Strentgh in Numbers!' (see video above). It sounds way more dramatic when Marv says it.
"Marv and I got together and I sent him a script and we kind of talked about it. But the 'Strength in Numbers' stuff just kind of came up based on the roster and how deep we were."
The depth was on full display in Game 1 of the NBA Finals when the Warriors' bench racked up 45 points.
Shaun Livingston scored 20, Andre Iguodala 12, Leandro Barbosa 11 and Festus Ezeli scored 2 points.