In a conversation between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant, the trigger for KD leaving the Golden State Warriors was revealed. What did Stephen Curry do? Apparently little and nothing.
They were two victories away from winning a ‘Three-Peat’ and build a dynasty in the NBA, but… Golden state warriors formed one of the best teams with Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Klay thompson for three seasons.
In a recent interview between Durant and Green The culprits revealed that KD left the Warriors after the fight that both players had in 2008 and one of the names that they did not mention and drew attention was that of Stephen Curry.
Durant highlighted that the fight with Green in a game against Los Angeles Clippers it was the opportune moment for the team to have a conversation and, like the family that they were, to settle the differences and go for the third title NBA consecutive. This did not happen and the media wondered what was the role that Curry played in this tense situation.
Stephen A. Smith, renowned NBA analyst for ESPN, spiced up the statements of Kevin Durant and Draymond Green wondering about the true leadership of Stephen Curry versus not acting, at least from the public, in the fight that triggered the departure of KD.
The doubt about the actions of Stephen Curry in the fight Kevin Durant and Draymond Green in Warriors
“With all due respect, where was Steph Curry, the baby-faced assassin, the greatest shooter God ever created, the clear absolute superstar of this team, the face of the franchise? Where was he in all of this? I found it very, very striking that Kevin Durant and Draymond Green never mentioned his name, not once. “, stated Stephen A. Smith on ESPN’s First Take.
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