Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors have recently gotten blown out by the Milwaukee Bucks 99-118. It is clear that many fans expected a more competitive game between two teams that are of a similar level, and it's obvious that this was a bad loss for the Warriors.
However, coach Steve Kerr wasn't that concerned about the lopsided loss suffered by his Warriors. He claimed that "it happens to every team", and the Warriors are "in a rough patch" of their season.
“To be honest, I’m not that concerned. I know we just got our butts kicked, but we’re just in a rough patch in our season. It happens to every team, every year pretty much with very few exceptions and we’re in a little bit of a rut. We played a team that was ready and played a great, great first half. We were a little out of sorts and we just got to get back on track.
The Golden State Warriors have not had a good time as of late, as Stephen Curry is dealing with a shooting slump, and they have now dropped two in a row. However, it is quite possible that the team will bounce back soon, and Stephen Curry with it. They have a game against the Bulls up next as a part of a back-to-back, and beating a contender would be a good way to get back on track.
There's no doubt that the Golden State Warriors have been a top-tier team for the majority of the season, and some even have them winning the 2021-22 championship. They now have the task of incorporating Klay Thompson back into the starting lineup after he has gone through a two-year layoff. Hopefully, they are able to do so successfully and get back to winning ways.