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Warriors star Stephen Curry’s savage 4-word message, celebration aimed at Staples Center fans

Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry

The dynasty of the Golden State Warriors is back. Led by superstar Stephen Curry, the Warriors are currently 18-2, sitting at the top of the Western Conference. They are in the midst of a seven game winning streak, and doing it without injured Klay Thompson or former Warrior Kevin Durant.

Curry has put Golden State on his back, averaging a league best 28.6 points, along with 6.8 assists, 5.8 rebounds, and 1.8 steals. The Warriors currently have a relatively novel roster, with the likes of Otto Porter Jr., Jordan Poole, and Andrew Wiggins getting heavy minutes. Yet the Davidson product has been playing like an MVP, and is on track to win the award if he plays at this rate. Additionally, sidekick Draymond Green has been a huge defensive threat, and could also be in the running for another Defensive Player of the Year award.

Against the Los Angeles Clippers at Staples Center, Steph Curry had a savage message for the fans, according to Sam Amick of the Athletic:

“I’m a bad man.”

This quote was said to two fans supporting Los Angeles, right after he stole the ball and made a layup. It was one of his six steals for the night, and the point guard also added in 33 points, six assists, and five rebounds to easily trample the Clippers, 105-90. To emphasize his celebration even more, the 33 year old “wore” a championship belt, just like Aaron Rodgers.

Fans of the NBA knew that the Warriors had a chance to be competitive with Curry healthy, but no one expected them to be the best team in the Western Conference. Yet a Stephen Curry led Golden State Warriors team should not be counted out to surprise a lot of people. Moreover, with shooting guard Klay Thompson on the cusp of returning, the dynasty of San Francisco looks to truly be back.