The Warriors are already hanging 2015-16 NBA banners in their gym

Everywhere Steph Curry looks, he sees wins.

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One month to the day before their final game of the 2015-16 regular season, the Golden State Warriors clinched their second straight Pacific Division title thanks to the Los Angeles Clippers falling to the Cleveland Cavaliers. And it didn’t take very long at all for the defending champions to raise their latest banner in celebration of their accomplishment.

No, it won’t be going up at Oracle Arena. Instead, this year’s banner will take its rightful place next to last year’s honor in the Golden State practice facility:

Back in September, the Warriors gave a sneak peek of their 2014-15 championship banner at the same practice facility before its unveiling at the arena:

Barring some sudden and seismic shift in the NBA landscape, Golden State’s going to need to make room for another one of those title banners in just a couple of months. For now, they can bask in the glory of another division title.

You know, for what they’re worth in the NBA. Which is basically nothing.