Stephen Curry says Dubs will get greedy and go for more titles
Following a third title in the last four years, the Golden State Warriors aren’t looking to stop there, at least Stephen Curry isn’t after winning two in a row after a sweep of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
“We’re going to try to get greedy and go for some more,” said Curry during today’s championship parade in Oakland, according to ESPN’s Chris Haynes.
Stop me if you’ve heard this before… “not two, not three, not four… not seven…”
This prior spiel was at a welcoming rally, this one is taking place with three championships and counting, surpassing James’ production with the Miami Heat during his four-year crusade to win as many championships as possible with his All-Star friends.
This superteam part two has managed to yield three championships in four seasons, and is bound for more if the construction of this roster holds up over time.
The Warriors will prioritize the signing of one of their pillars in Kevin Durant this offseason, planning to ink Klay Thompson the next, and Draymond Green in 2020. But the players will need to make some financial concessions to make this work, and ownerships will need to be shoulders deep in the luxury tax to do so — already an expectation they’ve managed to overcome in exchange for NBA hardware.