Kelly Oubre has been a part of the Warriors organization for about four months now, and he would love to re-sign with the franchise this summer in free agency.
What has he enjoyed most about Golden State's culture so far?
"It's very me in a sense because like coach says a lot -- this organization has thrived in chaos and made the best out of it," Oubre told NBC Sports Bay Area's Kerith Burke in an exclusive 1-on-1 interview set to air Monday night during "Warriors Pregame Live" at 6:30 PT.
"Always been on top of the chaos that they've created.
"An individual like myself -- who's also been balls to the wall, 100 miles an hour, a rager -- always been able to make that work for myself. So to be able to be a part of this is something that's great.
"I bring exactly what this organization has brought to the game from [prior] years."
The first 21 games for Oubre were pretty turbulent, but he has settled into a really nice groove since he scored a career-high 40 points at the Dallas Mavericks on Feb. 4.
Steve Kerr stuck with the 25-year-old through some tough times, and it has paid dividends.
"We're a family," Oubre told Burke. "All families go through things. We've never allowed it to break us."
The Warriors snapped a four-game losing streak Sunday by notching their most impressive win of the season over the Utah Jazz.
"We've had enough of feeling those sad days and those mad days of our performances," Oubre added. "And not competing like we should."
Let's see if the Warriors can back it up by beating the Los Angeles Lakers at Chase Center on Monday night.