Stephen Curry knows he has a big responsibility this season with the Golden State Warriors after once again losing Klay Thompson due to a season-ending injury. Steph is not afraid of the challenge but so far his numbers haven't been the best, which has earned him a lot of criticism from people around the league.
The Dubs won their first game of the season against the Chicago Bulls after being blown out by the Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks in their first two matches. Golden State has a lot to improve in the next days and so has Curry. He has been under fire in recent hours after people took notice of his numbers this season. Curry has been known for being a great 3-point shooter but he's also struggled to drain 3s this season.
The Bulls had a great game against Curry and even though he scored 36 points, he's now 9 of 35 from beyond the arc. This is something weird for Curry and NBA fans went after him for his numbers.
Nobody said it was going to be easy but Steph seems to be having a harder time than we all expected. He needs to step up and translate the good things he's doing in practice to the court. Steph knows he needs to do something more and the Dubs can't wait to have that version of their star back.