Golden State Warriors superstar point-guard Stephen Curry has admitted that his team is seeking no less than a three-peat or three straight championship this year.
Curry said the chance for a championship is within reach so they will do their best to get it in the forthcoming NBA season. The Warriors have been to four straight NBA Finals, won three of the past four NBA championships, and are aiming to become the first team since the Los Angeles Lakers from 2000-2002 to win three straight championships.
“Yes, winning a championship is the goal,” Curry said. “How you get there and how you kind of break up that mission on a day-to-day, game-by-game, month-by-month basis is what makes us, I think, great. In terms of encouraging each other, being in tune with some of the things that might be thrown at you, whether it’s injuries, whether it’s a couple slumps on the court, playing-wise whatever the case is, we adapt really well and we don’t stay down for too long.
Curry revealed that after four years of taking the league’s best shot, he enjoys the fact that every team the Warriors face is usually that team’s biggest game of the year. “To be honest, it’s fun,” Curry said. “You know no matter if it’s a Tuesday night at home or a back-to-back in some random East Coast city, you’re going to be tested and you can’t just sleepwalk through stuff.