Defeated against the Grizzlies and the Bucks, the Warriors have been on a bad streak in recent weeks. Aware of the situation, Stephen Curry sent a strong message to remobilize his team.
In recent weeks, the Warriors are not on their plate. With two new defeats in a row against the Grizzlies and to Bucks, the band at Stephen Curry remains in a bad spiral. Despite everything, it is not yet the time to panic for the leader of the franchise of Golden State. In a press conference, Stephen Curry admitted that the Warriors were going through a bad period, but he explained that there was no question of panicking yet.
“We have to raise the bar as quickly as possible, but there is no panic”
“It’s a situation where you have to look in the mirror. (…) We have to know how to keep confidence in who we are and in our game plan. We beat very good teams in this league, we lost against very good teams, and we suffered a few blowouts. That’s life in an 82-game season. But where it becomes problematic is that you have to be able to show consistent things, night after night, and obviously, you have to fix that quickly. We have to raise the bar as quickly as possible, but there is no panic. (…) We must continue to improve, remain patient and put everyone at ease with our new chemistry. Then we will ramp up for the playoffs after the All-Star Break. We have shown that we are capable of it, and we have to be trusted., told Stephen Curry in comments reported by Let’s talk basketball.