The big story in the Warriors offensive scheming is how to counter the switching defenses the league is throwing at the Warriors. This kind of defense has defenders switching assignments when they are about to be screened.
The Warriors themselves have pioneered this kind of defensive approach, and it works very well against most of the league. Most of the league plays a pick and roll offense with shooters spacing, and a pick and roll is a two-man game. With just two moving parts, it is easy for defenders to switch assignments.
Three Man Games
The Warriors play a more complicated offense, and to counter Switching, the Warriors are trying to emphasize their offense schemes to have more three-man games to confuse switching defenses. So for instance, in Explain One Play: Stephen Curry & Draymond Green punish Spurs-style switches, we pointed out how the Warriors took their typical Draymond Green - Stephen Curry pick and rolls and mixed it up with Barnes setting a pre-screen for Draymond.
With three players, the three defenders have to coordinate how they are to switch assignments, as each person has two possible new assignments in addition to staying with their player.