The Golden State Warriors are serving as a model for other teams who want to push the pace, go small and shoot a lot of three-pointers.
The Warriors now rank fourth in pace.
Stephen Curry was asked if the Warriors' style of small ball can be replicated.
"You can try to copy it, but you won't have the personnel," said Curry. "There isn't another Draymond Green, another Klay (Thompson), another Andre (Iguodala). If you put your small-ball lineup next to ours, we like our chances."
Curry was asked about what he sees for the next positional revolution.
"Eventually everybody's going to be a point guard, a point forward. You're seeing it in AAU ball now -- kids growing up, everybody wants to play point, which is fun. Of course we'll backtrack when the next big man comes along and sparks a shift, and then we'll copy that."
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