I know what you are going to say, the NBA has been top heavy (or bottom light depending how you look at) for years. During any given season there is only about 5-6 teams that are an actual legitimate threat to win a championship. I would agree with you in the sense that seeing a team win this often isn't unforeseen. My point is that watching a team win like they have been feels foreign, even in an era where the great teams are far and away better than the average teams.
The Warriors have reached this weird stage where they are must watch television if you appreciate incredible basketball, but unwatchable if you appreciate competitive basketball. They are KILLING teams. Turning professional basketball games into three quarter (at most) affairs. Steph Curry has sat out the entire 4th quarter in just under a third of their games. Think about that for a second. Nearly 33% of the time the best player in the world doesn't have to see the floor for the last 12 minutes. Not even for a second. The Warriors have outscored their opposition by ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY SEVEN over the last 5 games. That's an average margin of over 25 points, and includes only one win by less than 20. The sickening part is this has occurred during what most would say is a tough part of their schedule. Matchups against the Cavaliers and Spurs were appointment TV, and they were the shortest appointments I have ever scheduled in my entire life. Doctor. Dentist. Shit, I usually just get a quick buzz and a shapeup and my hair appointments are longer than the amount of time the Spurs and Cavs lasted with the game still in doubt. It's a good thing that Steph Curry is a man highlight reel that brings a little action to the table, because they certainly don't bring any drama. If anything these games would be considered comedies by the time the falling action kicks in and we approach the end of the proverbial film. The Spurs are only three games back with 36 games to go and -barring injury- it couldn't feel like more of an insurmountable deficit. Forget wins and losses. To say the Warriors are the best team in the NBA by record alone would be to dismiss the absolute pummeling they have routinely put on their opponents.