Stephen Curry believes the Warriors are prepared for the challenge the upcoming season presents
A lot of people, including senior NBA analyst Stephen A. Smith believed the Warriors were going to be a challenge for the Lakers in the upcoming season. However, that narrative changed when Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson suffered an Achilles tear. Klay would be out for a second season in a row. Even after all of that, Stephen Curry believes the Warriors are going to be a force in the upcoming season.
In a recent interview with Marc J. Spears for the Undefeated, Curry mentions a lot of details. He talks about Klay’s injury, the new additions by the Warriors, the rookies. At one point, Steph was talking about the Lakers and how their duo impacted him.
Stephen Curry was inspired by LeBron James and Anthony Davis
Curry, in an interview with Marc J. Spears, talks about the bubble and the emotions surrounding the same. Last season was the first time in 6 years that the Warriors weren’t in the Finals.
“L.A. played amazing. Like LeBron, A.D. (Anthony Davis), I was happy for them, obviously. When you know what it takes to win a championship, whether you’re in the fight or not, you appreciate that final moment when a team accomplishes their goal. And it’s almost inspiring and motivating for us to get back and look forward to this year.”
“Then, obviously, you include just what it took to get the bubble off and what that sacrifice was being down there for however many days. I’m glad they got through the season. I’m glad it worked. And L.A. did what they had to do and got it done.”
Stephen Curry reveals how Lakers duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis has motivated Warriors: https://t.co/QOJQyQOSoB
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Steph sat out most of last season due to a broken wrist. He is ready to come back on the court and take the Warriors to the promised land again.