Stephen Curry isn’t worried. He’s certainly not worried about the Golden State Warriors being impacted from what we call, “a transition”. He understands that their gradual transition from NBA darlings to all-time super villains, is now in full-effect.

The aftermath of blowing a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals; Signing Kevin Durant and warping the league’s competitive landscape more so than their record 73-win season ever did. Dealing with the perception, aided in large part by Ethan Sherwood Strauss’ piece for ESPN The Magazine, that Draymond Green is somehow a liability.

“Honestly, none of that stuff (the negativity) has crept in,” said Curry, who has played with Green since he was drafted in the second round by the Warriors in 2012.

“We have to respond. Obviously the article about Draymond, we all thought it was ridiculous and kind of looking through a keyhole at somebody’s life that you don’t really know about,” he added.

Are the Warriors up to the long journey?


-Nikko L. Pescueso

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