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Stephen Curry Thinks The Warriors Can Win A Championship Every Year


Talk about ambitious.

When it comes to dominating a particular sport, there is such a phenomenon known as Winner's Fatigue, where a particular team just loses the motivation to continue to compete at the highest level after winning so many championships. That's what makes the players who can push through this fatigue so great.

It happened to the Shaq and Kobe Lakers. It happened to the LeBron and Wade Heat, and it's probably going to happen to the current Golden State Warriors. But not according to two-time MVP Steph Curry.

Addressing the local media during the Philippine stop of his Under Armour Asian tour, Curry let us in on just how the Warriors would be approaching this season, as well as the several after that.

“We want more,” exclaimed Stephen Curry, via Michael Angelo S. Murrillo of BusinessWorld. “We want to accomplish the ultimate feat of winning a championship every single year.”

Curry says that's the only thing on every single Warriors mind, and it's all they've been aiming for this past offseason.

“That is why you work so hard in the off-season,” he added. “It is why you put in the hours every day to get the right mindset to get your body ready and take advantage of a very short basketball career and try win as many titles as you can.”

After winning 3 championships in four years, and being the shoe-in favorite for a fourth in five after adding DeMarcus Cousins to their already-stacked roster, the Golden State Warriors may have found the solution to Winner's Fatigue: Have a guy as motivated and hard-working as Stephen Curry on your roster.