Stephen Curry says if Warriors Fall Short of Title, Their Season will be a Failure

The expectations are high for NBA fans everywhere, expecting the Warriors to at least make the Western Conference Finals after going 67-15 in the regular season. Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, who could also win MVP, is also high on the Warriors, as he thinks anything less than a championship would make the Warriors season a failure.

“For the players, it is,” Curry said. “No one will be happy for anything less. If we don’t win our last game this season it’s going to be a disappointing feeling, one where we felt like we fell short.”

“We know we are going to get everybody’s best shot,” Stephen Curry said. “The regular season has prepared us for playoff situations. We’ve had a lot of double-digit wins, but we’ve really had to fight for 48 minutes every single night to make that happen. You’d probably look at it and say that’s easy. That’s great preparation for what we are going to have to go through.

“You just got to prepare. The feeling in the locker room is the exact same. You got to be very hungry. No one has changed, and I think that’s a big deal.”

Curry finished the season with 23.8 points, and 7.7 assists per game. Curry will need to put up those numbers in the playoffs if he wants the championship in California.

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Published by Tony Montalto

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