The Warriors were all about sharing the love, and the rock, in their thrilling comeback win over the Miami Heat on Wednesday at Chase Center.
Four different Golden State players scored at least 20 points in the Warriors' victory, doing so for the first time since 2016.
Kent Bazemore, Steph Curry, Andrew Wiggins and Kelly Oubre Jr. all scored over 20 points, with Bazemore securing a game-high 26, followed by Curry with 25 and Wiggins and Oubre at 23 apiece.
It marked the first time a Warriors quartet accomplished the feat since Nov. 23, 2016, when Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Ian Clark did so against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Bazemore was electric in the second half and played a key role in propelling the Warriors past Miami, as Golden State erased a 19-point deficit in the comeback thriller.
He added eight rebounds, three assists and three steals in perhaps his best all-around game of the season. The Warriors haven't gotten that kind of effort off the bench in over a decade.
Curry (of course) provided the final dagger, draining a contested 3-pointer near the top of the arc to seal the win.
It goes without saying, but anytime you find yourself grouped in with the Big 3 in Curry, Thompson and Durant, it's likely a good thing.