Golden State Warriors fans have been treated to some of the most unforgettable moments in NBA history, and many of these highlights can now be owned as officially licensed collectibles on NBA Top Shot. From game-winning shots to jaw-dropping dunks and incredible passes, these Moments capture the Warriors' unparalleled talent and championship pedigree.
BIG APPLE RECORD-BREAKER: 12/14/21
If you can’t break all-time records at home, The World’s Most Famous Arena will do. Steph Curry became the NBA’s all-time leader in 3-pointers against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden when he buried his 2,974th career triple from the wing with 7:33 left in the first quarter. The three-point king hit five in the game for 22 points in breaking Ray Allen’s 10-year-old record, leading the Golden State Warriors to a 105-96 victory on December 14, 2021.
KLAY’S TRIUMPHANT RETURN: 1/9/22
After two-and-a-half years away from the basketball court, it would seem that Klay Thompson’s health is just fine now. The Golden State Warriors sharpshooter missed 941 days, with his last action being Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals. Against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Thompson blew past his defender with a crossover before finishing with an emphatic slam that announced his return to the rest of the NBA. Thompson posted 17 points, three rebounds and three triples in his return to action in the 96-82 Warriors win on January 9, 2022, reaching 12,000 points and 1,800 3-pointers for his career.
CURRY CLIMBS PAST CHAMBERLAIN: 4/13/21
On a night when he passed Wilt Chamberlain as the Golden State Warriors’ all-time leading scorer, Steph Curry made sure to score like Wilt. Curry’s driving layup in the first quarter gave him 17,784 points in his career, one more than Chamberlain’s mark that had stood since 1964. Curry didn’t stop there, pouring in 53 points for his ninth career 50-point game — Wilt did it a league-best 118 times — in leading his team to a 116-107 win over the Denver Nuggets on April 13, 2021.
WIGGINS PUTS LUKA ON POSTER: 5/22/22
Now that’s how you take a commanding 3-0 series lead in the Western Conference Finals. Andrew Wiggins pulled no punches against the Dallas Mavericks as he landed an absolutely ferocious throwdown over Luka Dončić. Wiggins scored 27 points, grabbed 11 rebounds — six on the offensive glass — and dished out three assists in the Golden State Warriors’ 109-100 Game 3 victory on May 22, 2022.
SLEEPY OPENS EYES WITH CAREER NIGHT: 5/10/87
With his Golden State Warriors on the verge of postseason elimination, it was the man they called Sleepy who refused to turn off the lights. In his lone All-Star season, Sleepy Floyd sliced and diced his way through the star-studded Los Angeles Lakers’ defense en route to a layup in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals. Floyd kept Golden State alive with the game of his life — a career-high 51 points on 18-for-26 shooting, while adding 10 assists, three rebounds and four steals in the 129-121 triumph on May 10, 1987.