Looney produced zero points (0-2 FG), seven rebounds and one assist in 22 minutes during Thursday's 103-90 victory over Boston in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

Looney's Game 6 stat line does not reflect the impact and growth he displayed throughout this season.

Playing in all 82 games for the first time in his career, Looney became a continuously more versatile defender

Kevon Looney now an unrestricted free agent with a high likelihood of returning to Golden State.

Looney produced 12 points (6-6 FG), seven rebounds, two assists, one block and three steals over 21 minutes during Sunday's

Looney was perfect from the field, hounded Boston defensively and co-led the Warriors with a booming plus-24 in the box score.

Looney is a difference-maker and keeps finding new ways to contribute. In spite of limited minutes, he's a pivotal part of the rotation.

Looney started in the first three games of the NBA Finals and averaged 7.3 points, 7.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists in 21.0 minutes per game.

Looney isn't starting Friday's Game 4 against the Celtics, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.

However, this was his first double-double of the postseason, so he's not expected to keep putting up these numbers on a regular basis.