The Golden State Warriors 2023-24 campaign certainly did not go according to plan. Despite star point guard Stephen Curry's best efforts, the Warriors crashed out of the Play-In Tournament against the Sacramento Kings, and a campaign full of struggles ended with the team not even making the postseason, with some wondering if their long-running dynasty had finally come to an end.

With many of his teammates struggling to find their way, Curry had to shoulder a big load on offense once again (26.4 PPG, 5.1 APG, 4.5 RPG, 45 FG%). It wasn't his best campaign ever, but Curry still found his way onto the All-NBA third team, and he posted a heartfelt message to his fans on social media after his latest individual accolade.

Stephen Curry still playing at a very high level for the Warriors

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) sits on the bench during action against the Sacramento Kings in the fourth quarter during a play-in game of the 2024 NBA playoffs at the Golden 1 Center.
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Curry has been the leader of the Warriors dynasty for the past decade now, and he has continued to play at an incredibly high level, even as the walls around him have begun to collapse. Klay Thompson was Golden State's next leading scorer with 17.9 points per game, but his struggles with his efficiency made it so that opposing defenses could key in on Curry more on a nightly basis.

The fact that Curry was able to persevere through this rough campaign and still put up big numbers is a testament to his greatness. Without him, this Warriors team wouldn't have even come close to making it to the playoffs, let alone the Play-In Tournament. And for that reason, he managed to find his way to his tenth All-NBA team.

This will be a huge offseason for Golden State, because it's clear that things need to change. Curry will be entering his age 36 season next year, so they cannot afford to continue wasting his strong play. The front office needs to find a way to surround Curry with more talent so that they can continue making title runs over the final few years of his career.

Does that mean that the front office could split up the trio of Curry, Thompson, and Draymond Green? All cards are on the table, so yes, that has to be considered, especially given Thompson's struggles last season and all the drama surrounding Green. It would certainly be tough to see this group split up, but the Warriors, it may be the most logical move that they could make.

Earning a spot on his tenth All-NBA team is a confirmation that Curry is still at the top of his game, but it won't mean much unless the front office makes some big changes this upcoming offseason. What those changes look like remain to be seen, but this is a pivotal offseason for Golden State, and it will be interesting to see what they do in an effort to infuse their roster around Curry with more talent.