The Warriors now have the two winners of the last three league MVP awards.
Stephen Curry and new addition Kevin Durant have built a reputation as two of the most prolific scorers in the NBA, and will undoubtedly be the backbone of Golden State's offense in 2016.
Examining their most recent bodies of work, Curry in the 2015-16 season led the league with 30.06 points per game. Durant ranked third with 28.2.
But who will lead the team in points this season: Durant, a former league MVP and four-time scoring champion, or Curry, the reigning two-time MVP and holder of three of the top-four 3-point shooting seasons in history?