It has not been a good season so far for the Golden State Warriors and Stephen Curry has now spoken in certain times about what is going wrong.
The Warriors are currently in the midst of a six-game losing streak which means the fans are far from happy and there is a lot of soul searching for the players to do if their form is going to improve any time soon.
The sixth defeat in a row came at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder by a 130-123 scoreline.
Curry faces the press
Curry had missed the two previous games with a knee injury but he was back to face Oklahoma. Even his presence was not enough to halt the terrible form that the team is exhibiting.
The nine-time NBA All-Star spoke to the press after the game given he is the face of the team.
“I mean a losing streak like this, there is an urgency [to stop it] for sure. It’s not like you, like when you have many of this in a row, it’s a problem that you’ve got to fix. And you don’t want to develop a losing mentality at any stretch of the season. That’s a stink in the locker room you don’t really want to have in there,” he said.
“I think the biggest is the mentality that you’re supposed to win, you know how to compete. Confidence we’ve built through the course of this run. That’s still in there, we have that competitive spirit, that would help a lot to not let that losing mentality sink in.
“Doesn’t mean the Xs and Os and the execution of the game plan we’re not gonna follow because it sets you up to be in end games and the momentum on your side. We need to develop an ego of who we are as team and dig deep into that…”