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Stephen Curry: ‘It’s On Us’ To Bounce Back

Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors enjoyed an unprecedented era of dominance from 2014 – 2019. Their 5 straight Finals appearances, 3 of which they won, was reminiscent of the 1960’s Boston Celtics.

However, injuries and roster rebuilding hampered the team in the 2019/2020 season. So much so, that the restarted NBA season in Orlando does not even include the Golden State Warriors.

Stephen Curry, though hurting, believes that it presents an opportunity for them to return to the pinnacle of the NBA.

Come next season, Klay Thompson will be back in the fold. As well as that, Stephen Curry should be firing on all cylinders again after his broken hand.


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The Warriors will hope that an extended break from basketball will rejuvenate their stars rather than hamper them. The team still has elite quality, but perhaps not the right age profile.

Curry is 32, while Klay Thompson is 30. Draymond Green is also 30, meaning that GSW’s star quality could have trouble performing over a whole season.

“Our roster kind of speaks for itself in terms of what me, Klay and Draymond have been through, and what we’ve got left in the tank,” Curry said. 

“But it’s on us to use this time wisely. It’s just unchartered territory, whether you’re in the bubble or not.”


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Meanwhile, Curry will have to watch enviously as the NBA season concludes in the bubble.

“Obviously I was happy to see basketball back on TV, but that first week I had major FOMO,” Curry said

“Once you see Bron and Kawhi and P.G. go at it, and you remember how much fun it is to play in those types of games and that kind of level, you miss it badly,” he added.

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