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No one really cares about the Golden State Warriors. They're the third-most popular team in their own state, and aside from a handful of exciting shooters, what do they have? Well, in case you haven't been paying attention, they've accrued a 3-1 series lead.

The first round of the NBA playoffs is always hectic, and sometimes the really compelling storylines get overshadowed by the exploits of big-market teams. While the Boston Celtics, New York Knicks and L.A. Lakers hog all the hoopla (or derision, as the case may be), Mark Jackson's Dubs are busy proving all their doubters wrong.

The Warriors stand on the precipice of one of the most shocking postseason upsets in recent memory. The Denver Nuggets entered the playoffs with only three home losses all year, and some considered them to be a dark-horse candidate for the Western Conference title.

When David Lee went down with a hip flexor injury in Game 1, the Warriors figured to roll over and go quietly. Instead, they've won three straight games behind a small-ball lineup, and Denver has been completely unable to find a solution.

As the series swings back to Colorado for Game 5, the Nuggets must win three in a row to stave off elimination.

Game 5 Key Storyline: Can Denver Stop the Freefall?

After taking Game 1 at home as everybody expected—though even that was a two-point margin of victory which came on the back of Andre Miller's best game ever—the Nuggets have had no answer whatsoever for Golden State's hot shooting.

Though Denver finally bested the Warriors on the glass in Game 4 (37 to 29), Golden State made up for that in almost every other vital area.

The Warriors shot better than 50 percent yet again and hit 11 of their 26 three-pointers, but it's the turnover differential that may have decided the entire contest.

The Nuggets coughed it up 23 times resulting in 33 points for Golden State, who committed 16 turnovers for 20 points. So the Dubs enjoyed a 13-point advantage in points off turnovers in their crucial 14-point Game 4 win.

Coach George Karl might want to have a chat with Ty Lawson and Andre Iguodala, who totaled a dozen turnovers between them.

And if you think that Denver just needs to outmuscle the undersized Warriors by drawing contact and getting to the free-throw line, you're wrong. On Sunday night, the Nuggets shot 15 more free throws than their opponent (38 to 23) and still lost by 14.

Karl, a 25-year veteran, will be scribbling furiously on his clipboard trying to solve the crisis. To this point, he's adjusted his lineup to go small and match the Warriors, but it's not working.

His smalls have not come up big, and his big man is too small. Putting Kenneth Faried at center has him giving up four inches to Andrew Bogut, while Kosta Koufos and JaVale McGee have become bench fodder, seeing just over 12 minutes a game.

Well, the easy answer here is Stephen Curry. The point guard weighs 185 pounds soaking wet, and he's been a one-man wrecking crew, averaging 27.3 points, 4.5 three-pointers, 10 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 2.8 steals per game.

But he doesn't get the series star this time. That distinction goes to Jarrett Jack.

When Lee felt his hip pop in Game 1, the logical solution would have been to insert PF Carl Landry in his place and carry on as before. Instead, Mark Jackson moved rookie Harrison Barnes from the 3 to the 4 and inserted sixth man Jarrett Jack into the starting lineup.