Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant go 75 seconds without missing a three

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We all know the Golden State Warriors are going to be a force in the NBA next season. With Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson they have three of the best shooters the league has ever seen. 

As the season approaches, the intrigue is building on just how Steve Kerr will get the best out of his four All-Star talents. 

They are pioneers in spreading the floor and their game plan, that has led to two successive finals appearances, should accommodate the arrival of Durant.  

There is going to be open shots for all of their big-name shooters and it is going to be a nightmare for opposing players. 

If their league rivals needed reminding just how deadly the Warriors were from three-point land, Golden State beat writer Anthony Slater gave them a reminder on Twitter. 

The former OKC writer, who along with Durant moved to the Bay in the summer, posted a 75-second video of Thompson and the 2014 MVP going back-to-back from behind the arc. 

The Olympic gold medal-winning duo's accuracy was crazy as nobody missed until the final shot of the clip. Worryingly, this video doesn't even factor in their best shooter.

Klay Thompson
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Pacific Division
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Oklahoma City Thunder
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