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Stephen Curry defiantly states that ‘it’s not over’ for Warriors

Warriors, Stephen Curry

Don’t write off the Golden State Warriors just yet.

That was Stephen Curry’s message to all their fans and doubters after the Dubs go down to a 3-1 hole against the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Finals.

The Raptors denied the Warriors a win on their own court, taking Games 3 and 4 in convincing fashion. Toronto took advantage of the undermanned Dubs, who were riddled with injuries with Klay Thompson and Kevon Looney missing Game 3 and Kevin Durant still sidelined since the second round of the playoffs.

Despite the huge task they are facing, however, Curry believes they can still flip the series and erase the Raptors’ lead.

For what’s it worth, this is not the first time Curry and Co. are facing a 3-1 series deficit. In the 2016 Western Conference Finals, they were also down 3-1 against the Oklahoma City Thunder before they staged a huge comeback headed by Steph and his Splash Brother, Klay Thompson.

In the same postseason, they were on the wrong end of things when the Cleveland Cavaliers became the first team to get out of a 3-1 hole in the NBA Finals.

Put simply, Curry and the Warriors know what it takes to solve the difficult problem they are facing, and they will look to show that in Game 5 in Toronto.