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Three reasons shows the dynasty of Golden State Warriors has not stopped

Three reasons shows the dynasty of Golden State Warriors has not stopped

Despite losing to the last series of NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors still showed the reign of Steph Curry and his team yet to be overtaken.

Toronto Raptors are currently defending champions, Kawhi Leonard and his teammates show that they are better players in the series. Along with that is more stability in the bench when there are not too many players injured.

For the Golden State Warriors they started out with Kevint Durant injury, unable to play the first four Final matches. As soon as the pitcher can return he even has an Achilles injury. After that, Klay Thompson had to leave the field in pain because of the ACL tear.

Although losing the championship this year and facing many difficulties in the new season, it was clear that the reign of Curry and Golden State Warriors could not end. Here are 3 reasons to prove it regardless of injuries of KD and Klay.

Three reasons shows the dynasty of Golden State Warriors has not stopped

 

3. The Golden State Warriors will offer a maximum value contract for Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson

The Golden State Warriors will continue to keep Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson staying with the maximum contract. Accordingly, both players will stay with The Dubs for the next five years, Klay is expected to receive $ 191 million and the figure is 221 million for Kevin Durant. 

Besides, the Golden State Warriors will also have to pay a large sum of money to retain Draymon Green when he becomes a free player next summer. However, with home transfers to Chase Center, the Golden State Warriors is expected to have skyrocketing revenue. With the profits earned, the Golden State Warriors will definitely not worry about paying players.

2. Klay Thompson is in the peak of his career

Klay Thompson is proving to be much more mature with an average of 20.7 points and 5.2 rebounds per game last season. This player born in 1990 also shows that he is one of the best defensive players currently. You can block players like James Harden, Damian Lillard and even Kawhi Leonard in the NBA Finals series.

Three reasons shows the dynasty of Golden State Warriors has not stopped

Klay Thompson also showed his bravery when he continued to play after getting injured to salvage the hope of protecting the king for the home team. Although Klay was torn from the ACL, he was tough enough to return to the top right after he recovered from the injury this summer.

1. Steph Curry will suffer the highest pressure next season

With the loss of the championship to Toronto Raptors, Curry will have to take the responsibility of leading his team to find the glory of next season. In addition, Kevin Durant will almost certainly not be able to play in the regular season.

Although next season will be very difficult, all fans are hoping Steph Curry will play next season better than in 2015, the season where the pitcher won the MVP title. With that, Steph Curry will confirm to the world that his reign and the Golden State Warriors are not over.