The Warriors continue to get recognized.
On Monday, Sports Illustrated unveiled its second annual Fashionable 50 list and two Warriors made the cut.
Andre Iguodala -- who checked in at No. 8 in the inaugural edition -- fell one spot to No. 9 this year.
[REWIND: Iguodala on Klay's fashion: 'He doesn't know which way he wants to go']
The 2015 NBA Finals MVP included the following quote:
"What are you most comfortable in? That’s what’s most important. In everything you do, you represent yourself, your family and your brand. This is the business that we’re in and everyone’s watching. It was instilled in me from a young age. You have school clothes, you have church clothes, you have play clothes. It was laid out like that the way I grew up. So whatever perception you want people to have of you, you gotta show that.”
Kevin Durant received the "No Muss, No Fuss" Award.
The following caption was included:
"He finally became an NBA champion this season, but Durant has been winning the style game since his years with OKC. His looks are comfortable, simple and efficient, and he chooses pieces that balance his 6'9" frame."
Durant is closer to 6'11" without shoes on...
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller
Kevin Durant didn't mean to lampoon the Thunder, later deleting the tweets, but he said what he said.
Asked about Durant on Friday and Thunder GM Sam Prestie took the high road.
"I think the only thing I can say to that is just to be consistent with everything that I have said and everyone else from the organization," Presti said. "I, and no one from the Thunder, really has anything negative to say about Kevin Durant, and I think we've been hopefully very open about the fact that we have tremendous appreciation and respect for what he and his teammates and coaches and everybody over his tenure here accomplished, and I really don't think there's anything more to say than that."
Durant called the actions "childish" and "idiotic" and said that his actions have impacted his sleep cycles and eating habits.
The Warriors first face the Thunder on Wednesday, Nov. 22 in Oklahoma City.
Basketball video game NBA 2k18 has simulated the upcoming season and come up with some interesting results.
The Warriors will fail to defend their title this season, according to CBS Sports, falling to the Timberwolves in seven games in the first round of the playoffs.
In a surprise Final matchup, the Thunder are scriptd to top the Wizards in five games.
The Cavaliers, in the simulation, enter the postseason as the No. 1 seed in the East but fall to the Wizards in five games in the Eastern Conference Finals.
According to the simulation, Stephen Curry will be your MVP and Steve Kerr will be Coach of the Year.
The video game estimates just two Warriors on the All-Star team -- Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant. And it estimates both Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson will return for the 3-point contest.
Also noteworthy, four head coaches were fired over the course of the simulated season including Luke Walton by the Lakers and Dave Joerger by the Kings.
Western Conference final standings
1. Golden State Warriors (63-19)
2. Houston Rockets (55-27)
3. Los Angeles Clippers (55-27)
4. Oklahoma City Thunder (53-29)
5. Denver Nuggets (46-36)
6. Utah Jazz (43-39)
7. San Antonio Spurs (43-39)
8. Minnesota Timberwolves (42-40)
9. New Orleans Pelicans (41-41)
10. Portland Trail Blazers (40-42)
11. Sacramento Kings (39-43)
12. Memphis Grizzlies (37-45)
13. Phoenix Suns (36-46)
14. Dallas Mavericks (31-51)
15. Los Angeles Lakers (30-52)