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Steph Curry's view: NBA 2018-19 was the most difficult season of the Golden State Warriors

Steph Curry's view: NBA 2018-19 was the most difficult season of the Golden State Warriors

Steph Curry said that the NBA 2018-19 was the most difficult season of the Golden State Warriors.

Stephen Curry said the 2018-19 season was the hardest time he and his teammates at the Golden State Warriors had to go through. Sharing with the media, Stephen Curry admits, the Golden State Warriors players have suffered a lot of challenges and pressures. The team always had to try to win every match in the regular stage, and had to bring back their third consecutive championship and the fourth ring in the last five years.

Unfortunately, Stephen Curry's Golden State Warriors lost to Kawhi Leonard's Toronto Raptors after losing 4-2 in the NBA Finals. "Last season was the hardest season for us. Especially in keeping the team spirit stable and consistent. It's not something too big, the hardest thing we have to do is to overcome the challenges of teamwork". Steph Currt shared with New York Times reporter Sopan Deb.

"When we entered the playoff round, it was the best thing the team had been expecting. Of course, the trauma must be ignored. And because of such difficulties, we entered NBA playoffs with all the joy and joy. Because first, we did it, and secondly, we overcame all the noise in the locker room".

Steph Currys view: NBA 2018-19 was the most difficult season of the Golden State Warriors

The injuries of Kevin Durant or Draymond Green have caused many people to be concerned about the recovery ability of these players next season. And assuming the Golden State Warriors can hold them, those injuries will still have a big impact on The Dubs's fifth consecutive season.

Golden State Warriors is expected to continue contracting with Klay Thompson with a contract for up to five years. Klay Thompson is likely to miss the entire season of 2019-20 but the former king showed that they will not hesitate to pay for this guy.

The future of Kevin Durant has not been confirmed although he certainly missed regular seson 2019-20 with Achilles injury. It is possible that Kevin Durant will leave The Dubs and dock in New York Knicks or join the Brooklyn Nets with Kyrie Irving. However, as long as the Golden State Warriors has Curry and Draymond Green, they will always be a formidable team for all the remaining teams.