The Golden State Warriors have been among the league’s most successful franchises in the modern era of basketball. Considering all the heroics we’ve witnessed by Stephen Curry, it’s safe to say that he’s a huge part of the reason why.
This season especially, even with his team struggling, Curry has put his talent on full display, shining as the only beacon of hope in an otherwise bleak campaign. On Tuesday, after being led to a win by Steph’s incredible 41-point night, Kent Bazemore urged the community to sit back and appreciate it all.
“I think we all should just stop and appreciate what he’s doing right now with missing a majority of last season.”
(via Pump Fake Sports)
Curry has pretty much put the Dubs on his back this season. Without him, they are, arguably, the worst team in the league. But with him, they have a chance, which is why the Warriors sit three games within .500.
The biggest matter for this team now is whether or not Curry alone is enough to get them into the postseason, and how far he can lead them once he’s there. We know what this team can be when healthy, but it might take a miracle for Curry to make ground in the West without his partner in crime.
Ultimately, we’ll just have to wait and see.