The dominant, riveting ways of the Golden State Warriors reminded Byron Scott of the Lakers.
It would be the Lakers from the 1980s, to be clear, but it came up after the Warriors erased a 23-point deficit Thursday and beat the Clippers, 124-117.
The Warriors keep winning games, 14 in a row to start the season. They're hotter than the Lakers' 1987-88 team that started 8-0 and eventually won a second consecutive championship.
"They don't have that championship hangover," Scott said Friday. "I think they want more, which is scary. They're not living on last year."
Scott was a shooting guard for the Lakers when Coach Pat Riley guaranteed a...