Curry is older now, his life more textured, his vision clearer, because of contacts and because of experience. So he knows the Warriors must evolve, and he must lead the way. Which means finding just as much fulfillment in sharing his Chick-fil-A as devouring it himself. “I want more shots, yeah,” Curry confessed. “But my aggressiveness is not in search of that. It’s just trying to make plays. You can tell by our body language it’s a different effect out there.
KD had it going all night. The times he didn’t have the ball in his hands, we were still getting good shots. Even if it was me or Draymond or Andre or Klay. Whoever it was. That’s when we’re at our best. Look around the league, everybody is nitpicking everybody,” he continued. “It don’t matter. As long as I’m still playing basketball, it don’t matter. The last two runs with K, there’s been an amazing balance. Everybody in the locker room is highlighting each other’s strengths. When we don’t do that is when we get beat. It’s about balance.”