When the NBA All-Star Game comes around and the Warriors take the floor in New Orleans, they'll join unique and historic company.
With four players in the All-Star Game, the Warriors equaled the NBA record shared by seven other teams. But not everyone thinks that's a good thing.
Speaking to Yahoo!'s The Vertical, San Antonio Spurs center LaMarcus Aldridge said he didn't exactly agree with the Warriors getting four spots on the West's team.
"I'm older, so I'm not going to come home and be mad or anything," Aldridge said. "But I do think that it was wrong for Golden State to have four [All-Stars] and we're a few games behind and only have one. It is what it is. I'm in this position and I'm going to enjoy my break and just come back fresh."
This is the second time in Warriors history they will be sending four players to the NBA All-Star Game.
Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant will start the game while forward Draymond Green and guard Klay Thompson were added as All-Star reserves.
The All-Star game will be played Feb. 19 in New Orleans.