The Golden State Warriors have not strayed too far from their normal starting lineup this season. The biggest hole to fill has been the center position, where the extended absence of Andrew Bogut has given more time to rookie Festus Ezeli and backup center Andris Biedrins.
Stephen Curry has avoided the injury bug for most of the season and has started all but four games. Shooting guard Klay Thompson has been locked in for every game, and small forward Harrison Barnes has only missed one.
All-Star David Lee has held his own at the power forward spot and provided the offensive firepower down low to complement Curry and Thompson.
But which of the five key starting lineups has provided the most production? There is a good chance that Curry, Thompson and Barnes will be part of those units.