Steph Curry On NBA Finals: “I Wasn’t 100%, But Who Cares”


During an interview with ESPN’s Darren Rovell, Steph Curry revealed that he wasn’t at full strength during the NBA finals.

“I wasn’t 100 percent, but who cares? I was playing. I was out there trying to help my team win and that’s all that really matters. I’ve taken advantage of the summer to get right and I still have a little bit of work to go.”

Curry suffered multiple injuries during the playoffs which caused him to miss games in the first and second round.

After signing Kevin Durant this off-season, the Golden State Warriors have been labeled the new “villains” of the NBA.  Curry expressed his thoughts on the new identity of the team.

“All that narrative around our team, how people view us, doesn’t really matter to us. We are who we are and we’re championship contenders going forward.”

As we are approaching the season, many people wonder how this new Warriors team will gel together.  Would Curry and Klay Thompson adjust their game, specifically on offense for Durant?  Curry doesn’t think so.  As he said his role “won’t change at all” and that they “weren’t going to sacrifice anything.”  Curry makes it clear that Durant joined them because they all would be able to play their game.


About Aaron Davis

Aaron is a staff writer and the Co-Founder of NBALEAD. He has been following the NBA for over 15 years. Graduated from Purdue University.

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