The Golden State Warriors certainly envisioned a different start to the 2020-2021 regular season than they one that has them currently sitting at 6-6 on the young season, but Warriors superstar guard Steph Curry is citing a learning curve as to why they have struggled out of the gate.
“6-6 with us learning on the fly, Draymond missing the first two, it’s a solid place to be,” Curry said, according to the Athletic’s Anthony Slater. “We can play a lot better and hopefully our record will indicate that once we learn our lessons we need to learn. Jumbled standings…I guess I do like where we are.”
Curry, 32, has certainly done his part, averaging 284. points and 6.2 assists per game for Golden State this season, but finding a collective chemistry with the likes of Kelly Oubre has been a challenge for the team this far in the regular season.