Stephen Curry has a message for the Los Angeles Lakers

With Klay Thompson most likely out for the season, the Golden State Warriors could be a lesser threat to the rest of the league.

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry has had his say on the chatter about the ‘dynasty’ of GSW coming to an end. The 32 year old still feels that even after teammate Klay Thompson’s injury, they are still a quality team.

“It’s going to hard at first, for sure. We’ve been waiting seven months to get back out there,” Curry said. “Not seeing [Thompson] on the court, at first, is going to be weird. But I think we’ve done a really good job in the offseason with James and our draft picks and in the free agency pool to put together a really solid roster. We’re going to have to learn a lot really quickly, and we will need a full commitment from everybody.


This season, The Los Angeles Lakers led by LeBron James and Anthony Davis dethroned the 2018-19 champions Golden State Warriors. The reigning champions look even better with the acquisitions of Dennis Schroder and Montrezl Harrell. In spite of that, Curry reckons the Warriors are ready for the season and are a force to be reckoned with.

He said, “We know we can compete with anyone in the league. It’s kind of crazy. We know how great Klay is. Don’t get me wrong. But we hear the chatter. ‘It’s the end of for us. This year is a wash. What are we going to do in the future?’ But we are in the moment right now. It’s kind of refreshing being in that category as guys that are chasing. We know [the Los Angeles Lakers] are the defending champs. We got to beat them. We’re ready for it.”

Even after Klay Thompson most likely being out for the season, the Golden State Warriors still look a better side than last year after the acquisitions of Kelly Oubre Jr. and the 2nd pick of the NBA Draft James Wiseman.

The new 2020-21 campaign begins on December 22.