Steph Curry Responds To Critics


The 2x MVP Steph Curry came to the defense of Kevin Durant, and the formation of the “Super Team.”  This seems to be in response to Commissioner Adam Silver and his comments toward Durant and the Warriors.

“I’ve read some stories that the league wants this notion of two ‘super teams’ that is a huge a television attraction,” Silver said. “I don’t think it’s good for the league, just to be clear. I do not think that’s ideal from the league’s standpoint. Part of it is designing a collective bargaining agreement that encourages the distribution of great players throughout the league. On the other hand, I absolutely respect the players’ right to be a free agent.”

During an interview with ESPN on Wednesday, Curry would respond to the criticism by Commissioner Silver and the rest of the NBA fans around the world.

“I mean, I’m not going to complain about it,” Curry told ESPN. “I know for a fact it’s going to be a different look having obviously lost some key guys. Harrison Barnes, Andrew Bogut, Mo Speights, Leandro Barbosa — guys that meant a lot to us and our success. We gave up a lot to gain KD. We’re going to be a different team.  At the end of the day, there’s nothing guaranteed in this league. You want to avoid that kind of situation, but we have to go out and play and it’s going to be a tough test.”

Let us remind you that the LeBron James and Dwyane Wade led Miami Heat, would lose in the finals during their first season together.  It’s not a guarantee championship for these Warriors, if anything it puts a target on their back.  Every team in the NBA wants a piece of the Warriors, now with the addition of Kevin Durant it makes them the villain.  This will not be a cake walk for the Warriors, if anything it adds more pressure.

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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