The Golden State Warriors are on a historic run.
With a 129-115 victory over the Spurs on Monday in San Antonio, the Warriors became the first team in league history to reach the NBA Finals with a 12-0 record.
They’re the third team to make it to the championship round undefeated, but when the Los Angeles Lakers did it in 1987 and 2001, the first round was a best-of-five format, meaning the Lakers were 11-0 when they made it.
The Warriors have also swept the Portland Trail Blazers and Utah Jazz this postseason.
Golden State has put up eye-popping numbers along the way. Here’s a look at some of those statistics.
BY THE NUMBERS
A statistical look at the Golden State Warriors’ postseason run:
0: Losses during this year’s playoffs.
2: Smallest margin of victory this postseason (113-111 in Game 1 vs. San Antonio, May 14).
3: Teams to reach the NBA Finals undefeated. The Warriors join the Los Angeles Lakers of 1987 and 2001.
3: Consecutive NBA Finals appearances for the Warriors.
6.5: Draymond Green’s assist average to lead the team this postseason.
8: Draymond Green’s rebounding average to lead the team this postseason.
9: Rest days the Warriors will have before the NBA Finals begin on June 1.
12: Wins for the Warriors. They are the first 12-0 team to make it to the Finals.
16.3: The Warriors’ average margin of victory in the playoffs.
28.5: Stephen Curry’s scoring average to lead the team this postseason.
36: Largest margin of victory this postseason (136-100 in Game 2 vs. San Antonio, May 16).
48: 3-pointers made this postseason by Curry. That’s four per game.
81: Fewest points given up by the Warriors in a playoff game (Game 2 vs. Portland, April 19).
118.3: The Warriors’ scoring average this postseason.
124.5: The Warriors’ scoring average against San Antonio.
136: Most points scored in a playoff game this season (Game 2 vs. San Antonio, May 16).