Steph Curry Reveals Why He Still Remains 'Mostly Optimistic' About 26-26 Warriors
If the Warriors had managed to defeat the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night, their 134-117 loss to the Denver Nuggets on Thursday wouldn't have been as bad.
The Warriors' record, now 26-26, has fallen back to.500 as a result of their defeats in the Twin Cities and the Mile High City.
The Warriors' road trip had a chance to be a huge success after they defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday night and took a 14-point lead into the fourth quarter against the
Instead, it was almost disastrous as they prepared to return home and play the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday.
Steph Curry is making an effort to keep a positive attitude despite everything, believing that the Warriors have what it takes to capture a second NBA title.
Curry addressed his current state of mind in a press conference with reporters in the Warriors locker room following the defeat to the Nuggets.
"Mostly optimistic, in terms of who we're capable of being, knowing, you know, flashes that we've shown throughout the season," Curry said [H/T The Athletic's Anthony Slater].
"But very aware that we've got to figure some stuff out, so somewhere right in between. Feel like everybody, including the vets, the core, need to play better, more consistently."
"Some of the other questions about our rotation and our defensive mindset, just our focus on that front, we have to address that and continue to hold ourselves accountable. But if