On Sunday night, the Golden State Warriors became the first team in NBA Finals history to blow a 3-1 series lead. Understandably, everyone on the team and their fans were disappointed. But some handle defeat better than others, and, from the sound of Steph Curry’s press conference Monday, Riley Curry is quick to move on.

“…my daughter’s still young enough where they know we’re going to dad’s game, but she doesn’t know the result. I got in the car yesterday. I had a moment. I told her ‘Riley, we didn’t win,’ and she looked and me and she said, ‘I know. It’s okay.'”

Riley clearly has her sights set on next season. But, while the Warriors may be title contenders for years to come, it’s hard to imagine repeating a season like this one. There are sure to be more than a few turnovers and missed shots that will haunt some guys for the rest of their lives. Especially after losing in such historical fashion.

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