It’s a terrifying proposition, but there might be another level for Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors.

From theScore:

Dynasty in the making?

The talk of building a dynasty is often absent in the conversation over the Warriors, but it’s not so far-fetched.

Their core is young, they’ve proven to be healthy, and, aside from veteran stalwarts Andrew Bogut and Andre Iguodala, the Warriors’ core pieces are still on the upswing.

Curry, Green, and Klay Thompson are signed through 2017, and the team can choose to retain future restricted free agents Harrison Barnes andFestus Ezeli next summer. All five of those players are 27 or under.

Or, the Warriors could let go one of Barnes and Ezeli to create something close to maximum cap room next summer. Think the Warriors are unbeatable now? What if Kevin Durant joined this team? Or even Al Horford?

The Warriors could sit tight with their current roster, or they can grab some upgrades next summer. They’re going to win either way.

Talking about dynasties always sound crazy in the moment, but just think about where the Warriors stand. They’re a young team coming off a 67-win season with a historically dominant net rating and all their core pieces locked in going forward. Why can’t they be a dynasty team in the making?

Read more: theScore


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