What a season the Golden State Warriors played. 73 wins, beating the prior NBA record of 72 wins from the Chicago Bulls. When they started off with a 26-0 record, experts already talked about them possibly having the best season ever. They already had written history with their exceptional start to the season. But they were still hungry, of course. Even Steph himself was named the first ever unanimous MVP, picking up his second one in a row. But the question at the end remains: was it worth it? Being the best team ever, you'd expect them to pick up the championship with ease. And then King James came along and dethroned the reigning champions to reclaim his place at the top. With only one game to win, the Dubs slipped and fell just like a stone. Having it all in their grasp, only in a minute their minute passed and eventually they lost it all. You could blame their loss on Draymond Greene being suspended for Game 5 or Andrew Bogut picking up an injury in Game 6 – but ultimately, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter how many times you fall, but how many times you stand up again. The Warriors definitely know that and already are making moves, just a few weeks after their devastating loss against the Cleveland Cavaliers: Kevin Durant shockingly announced his move to California. Nevertheless, Wardell Curry already received his upgraded signature shoes right before the playoffs. And they almost got him his second ring. Of course most features were kept – never change a winning shoe. For example: Charged cushioning over the shoe's whole length, which absorbs impact and turns it into explosive quickness. But some attributes were succesfully upgraded by Under Armour, with the asymmetrical tongue and lacing construction being two of them. To grant a better on-court feeling, the upper was redesigned and numerous lines form the Bay Bridge's bars. Even though the Dubs weren't successful in defending their title, they will bounce back. Now that the Durantula has joined them, their line-up looks scary. We might witness years of utter dominance.