The Golden State Warriors are currently riding a 4-game losing streak and they look from the offensive juggernaut they were since Steve Kerr took the reins of the team. Other than Stephen Curry, it seems like there's not a guy you could trust to make a bucket night in and night out.
Curry has been posting MVP-kind numbers but his teammates have yet to pick up the slack. That's why the Warriors have been blown out multiple times this season, something they weren't used to over the past 5 years or so.
A competitor like Stephen Curry has to be frustrated with this situation. That's why he went at his teammates during last night's loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. Needless to say, every time a player like Curry loses his cool, fans will react to it.
Thus, the 2-time MVP addressed the situation after the clip of him yelling at his teammates went viral, claiming that people shouldn't read too much into it because it's just what happens at the moment:
"It's always about what's happening in the moment. That's just basketball. Trying to bring competitiveness and leadership in different type of ways," Curry said, as quoted by Anthony Slater of The Athletic.
Curry has never been known for his antics or for calling his teammates out so it's clear that something is wrong with the Warriors right now. President of Basketball Operations Bob Myers claimed that they'll be quite aggressive ahead of the trade deadline, and this shows why.
Other than Draymond Green, Andrew Wiggins, Klay Thompson, and James Wiseman; no other player should be untouchable in trade talks fro the Warriors.