Curry stokes fire, laughs off Warriors as villains

Golden State Warriors are expected to challenge again in National Basketball Association this season, but Stephen Curry says the team needs time to gel.

Given the organization's track record over the past couple of seasons in National Basketball Association and the powerhouse casts it has assembled prior to the 2016-17 National Basketball Association season, disputing the Golden State Warriors' title credentials remains a worthless quest.

Curry has a point after the Cavaliers brought the Warriors down a peg, but Durant's arrival should swing the reigning Western Conference champions back to the top of the NBA's pecking order rather swiftly.

While on the second stop of an Under Armour-sponsored tour in China, and after finally revisiting the last two minutes of Game 7, Curry opined about the loss in an exclusive interview with ESPN reporter Darren Rovell on Saturday. "But at the end of the day, it would all come around and we won the championship and good things happened", he added. I was playing. I was out there trying to help my team win and that's all that really matters. The team is loaded with firepower, but I'm going to tell you why it won't translate to a championship in 2016-17. "We have probably six or seven new guys". With the Warriors now having two MVPs in their starting lineup, the incumbent isn't planning on adjusting his game to accommodate Durant, echoing Klay Thompson's stance.

However, StubHub has a plethora of seats available to ball fans who don't mind emptying their pockets in exchange for some Steph Curry wrist action. "That's the reason KD joined - knowing we weren't going to sacrifice anything that we all have to be ourselves to make things work".

At the opening of the Lakers' new training facility, he gave his opinion on how the Warriors will fare next term with Kevin Durant in the ranks. "There will be some adjustments when it comes to the in-game flow and how we work together".

So even with a normal transition period accounted for, the Warriors should continue to throttle opponents as they eye revenge on the Cavaliers for last season's Finals collapse.

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