Stephen Curry’s Game ‘Won’t Change at All’ Due to Kevin Durant

The Golden State Warriors sold Kevin Durant on a seamless transition into their work environment, and Stephen Curry says no one needs to change their game or make additional sacrifices.

Curry also refuses to buy into the narrative that the Dubs are now supposedly the NBA’s biggest villains.

The back-to-back MVP recently re-watched Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals to motivate himself for next season.


Though the past was on Curry’s mind last week, the two-time defending league MVP is also focused on a future that involves bringing Kevin Durant into the mix to join Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. […] “I honestly don’t think there could be any more pressure than we had last year,” Curry said. “Coming off a championship, winning 73 games and being expected to win another [title], obviously it didn’t happen. It’s going to be a different vibe because it’s a different team and different dynamics with different players with KD joining us. … We have probably six or seven new guys.”


After Durant signed with the Warriors, Thompson insisted that he wasn’t changing his game to accommodate the team’s newest addition. Curry says he won’t either, which won’t be a surprise to Durant.


“It won’t change at all,” Curry said. “That’s the reason KD joined — knowing we weren’t going to sacrifice anything, that we all have to be ourselves to make things work. There will be some adjustments when it comes to the in-game flow and how we work together, but for us to be who we’re supposed to be, we all have to kind of elevate ourselves.”

Stephen Curry Told Kevin Durant He Doesn’t Care About Being the Face of the Franchise