The Warriors' epic comeback win over the Dallas Mavericks in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals on Friday night puts them two victories away from a sixth NBA Finals appearance in eight seasons.
Golden State's 126-117 win also holds tremendous significance in NBA history.
The Warriors now are the fifth team in NBA history with 200 playoff wins, joining the Los Angeles Lakers (458), Boston Celtics (391), Philadelphia 76ers (242) and San Antonio Spurs (222).
Incredibly, 96 of those 200 wins have come since the 2012-13 season when Steph Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson made their first playoff appearances.
If the Warriors manage to win the NBA title this season, they will end the year with 206 playoff wins, and a few more deep playoff runs over the next couple of seasons could push them past the rebuilding Spurs for fourth most all-time.
Don't put anything past a Warriors team led by Curry, Green and Thompson.