The Warriors routed the Pelicans yesterday in Game Four in New Orleans.
For the first time this postseason, Steve Kerr started the so-called "Hamptons Five" lineup of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala, and Kevin Durant.
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The nickname came about from the recruiting visit the first four paid to Durant when he was a free agent.
Kerr compared that lineup to one from his days with Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.
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"Michael, Scottie, Kukoc, Rodman and Ron Harper. That's a lot of long rangy guys who can all handle the ball and make a play," Kerr said.
After yesterday's game, coach Kerr said he would start the same "Hamptons Five" lineup in Game Five Tuesday night at Oracle Arena.
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