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Stephen Curry Reflects On Warriors' Recent Struggles: "Our Group's Collective IQ Has To Get A Lot Better."

Credit: San Francisco Chronicles

Credit: San Francisco Chronicles

The Golden State Warriors haven't had the easiest start to the 2020/21 NBA season, suffering a couple of blowout losses against two candidates to the title, setting the alarms at the Chase Center given the poor display of the team. Golden State had renewed expectations entering this season but the absences of Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are hurting the team's chance to compete in a stacked Western Conference.

After the Milwaukee Bucks dominated the Dubs with a 138-99 win, Curry talked about the team's struggles during the first two games of the campaign, admitting that they have a lot to improve to reach the level they're looking for. This season, just like the prior one, hasn't started the best way for them and they need to make the adjustments quickly if they want to have a similar record to the one they had last year.

Curry was clear on what the team needs right now, pointing out their mistakes and how they can improve them.

Steph claimed that the team isn't anywhere near the level they want to win. The last offseason was full of changes for them, but the Warriors weren't expected to be this bad.

He ultimately said what Dubs Nation thinks, they need to win as soon as possible to start turning things around in a season that presents a lot of challenges for them.

Kelly Oubre Jr. and Andrew Wiggins haven't played well in the first two games of the season, which has really hurt the Warriors' chances to win any of those games.

The first two games of the season haven't been that good for the young duo and Oubre hasn't made a field goal that is not a dunk. This is worrisome for the Dubs and Steph is well aware of that.

Fadeaway World

Fadeaway World

This is definitely not a good situation for Golden State and Steve Kerr and his pupils need to find a way to turn things around and become the competitive team they want to be. The season is going to be a really long one for Warriors fans if the team doesn't improve their level quickly. Former Warrior Zaza Pachulia claimed that Curry needs help or this team is going to have a lot of problems during the entire season.