LeBron James joined the Los Angeles Lakers, but this didn’t stop the Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry to making a few… interesting comments?
Stephen Curry had an interview with Sam Amick, and said that LeBron and his team will have to go through the Golden State to get to the NBA Finals.
“There’s a lot that’s been made about the competition in the West and his eight straight Finals appearances and all that, but that just makes everybody raise the antenna up a little bit—including us. It’s going to be fun for fans, playing [more] in the regular season and who knows in the playoffs. So the West obviously got stronger with LeBron but you’ve still got to beat us,” he said.
Curry is in the first line of the team, and Golden State has made its way to the NBA Finals in four seasons. Yes, we can’t forget their three championships. Just wow!
The Golden State player also spoke about the changes in the NBA.
“I don’t know what they’re going to be as a team, because obviously it’s brand new and they don’t have their identity. But at the end of the day they’ll come together with LeBron leading the charge. At the end of the day, he’s in a great market, he’s in a great city, he’s around a great organization that has had a history of winning, he’s with [Lakers president of basketball operations] Magic [Johnson]. It’s interesting for him to make a move,” he added.
The Los Angeles Lakers open the gates for Rajon Rondo, Lance Stepenson, and JaVale McGee.
The young core in LA is super talented, and the team will definitely make it through with Brandon Ingram, Kyle Kuzma and Lonzo Ball.
Good luck, guys!