Stephen Curry is all in to run it back with the same core they got within the Golden State Warriors.
Sources told Tim Kawakami of The Athletic that Curry is determined to retain their dynastic core for at least one more season to contend.
“I think the most likely scenario is that the Warriors keep most of this together for at least one more season,” Kawakami wrote in his latest piece. “That’s what Curry wants. His opinion sort of matters.”
Even before they failed on their title defense in this year’s playoffs, there were already murmurs swirling around the Dubs camp about uncertainties on their future. As Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are now aging, added by the fact that their payroll ranks the highest, the franchise’s decision-making gets even more critical as time goes by.
What’s even more anticipated about Golden State is that Bob Myers is set to leave their camp. The exit of their brilliant championship architect who constructed the team’s dynastic core is truly significant about handling the club’s impending plans for years to come.
Time is indeed ticking for the Warriors, but the fact that they still have bright and promising young guns like Jordan Poole and Jonathan Kuminga, they can still exercise their options of either maintaining their dominance through trading them for solid pieces or allowing them to take over once the Curry, Thompson and Green part ways.