On June 16, 2015, Draymond Green registered a triple-double -- 16 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists.
His performance that day in Cleveland helped the Warriors win their first championship since 1975.
At 53-5, the Warriors have a chance to break the 1995-96 Chicaco Bulls' single-season record of 72 wins.
But more than anything else, Draymond wants to win back-to-back titles.
"My greatest fear is never experiencing [winning a championship] again,” he recently told Rick Reilly of Sports Illustrated.
Draymond is just 25 years old (he turns 26 this Friday), and the Warriors should be in the championship conversation over the next several years.
But he isn't patient.
He wants to hoist another Larry O'Brien Trophy.
"It's better than sex."