On Tuesday night the Golden State Warriors made NBA history en route to a 142-111 win over the Denver Nuggets. The Warriors poured in 51 points in the first quarter - an NBA record - and made 10 three-pointers in the first 12 minutes.
It was the team's best performance of the year and came at a time when everyone in the media thought the Warriors were vulnerable. As it turns out, the Warriors are just as dangerous as ever and just beat the Western Conference's top seed by 31 points.
Unfortunately for fans of other teams, the Warriors are about to get even more dangerous. Draymond Green took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to say the DeMarcus Cousins will make his Warriors debut on Friday night against the Los Angeles Clippers.
Cousins missed the first half of the season as he recovers from a torn Achilles he suffered as a member of the New Orleans Pelicans.
Now the Warriors add another All-Star to their starting roster. Good luck to the rest of the NBA.