Golden State Warriors fans were shocked by the manner in which their team lost to the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. It was an undeniably tough pill to swallow for Dub Nation and, unsurprisingly, this was the exact same feeling in the Warriors’ locker room after they let the Celtics steal away a win on their own home floor.
Warriors superstar Stephen Curry talked about his team’s disappointing loss and admitted that his team was deflated after Game 1. The former back-to-back MVP sees nothing wrong with this show of emotion, particularly after such a disheartening turn of events:
“If you’re not down about it, and you’re not in your feelings then that’s a problem because then it doesn’t matter,” Curry said, via NBA on Twitter. “You have to feel it. How much it lingers, that’s the test of how you bounce back.”
"If you're not down about it, and you're not in your feelings then that's a problem because then it doesn't matter. How much it lingers… that's the test of how you bounce back."
Stephen Curry on the emotions after a loss and maintaining his confidence game to game. pic.twitter.com/Vz2YbsCd0K
— NBA (@NBA) June 4, 2022
Curry hit the nail on the head here yet again. Curry has had his fair share of disappointing moments throughout his career and, he knows that these are the instances that have made him stronger. This is exactly what the Warriors star is hoping for as his team looks to bounce back against the Celtics in Game 2 on Sunday.