Kevin Durant’s exit from Golden State happened so very quick that Stephen Curry never got the chance to speak to him before he made the decision to take his talents out East and sign with the Brooklyn Nets.
His teammates from the Warriors didn’t immediately comment on his decision, but Steph Curry has finally opened up about it.
The All-Star guard was at a celebrity golf event on Thursday when he spoke on good friend and former teammate Kevin Durant leaving the franchise.
“The three years we had were special. We had three straight Finals appearances and won two of them. We accomplished a lot as a group,” Curry said at the Tahoe celebrity golf event, per Ron Kroichick. “Everyone talks about all the talent we had on that team, but that doesn’t mean you can put it all together. I like to look at what we accomplished and focus on that, and be extremely proud of that run.”
It’s not shocking to see Stephen Curry take this entire situation in stride. He knows that Kevin Durant made the Warriors damn near unbeatable, but now he has to get ready to do battle against his former running mate as he awaits Klay Thompson to recover from his injury and get the Warriors back on top with an even more stacked Western Conference.