Stephen Curry believes the coronavirus crisis prevented the players of the Golden State Warriors from building proper chemistry.
Curry said the lack of face-to-face interaction with his teammates made it difficult to build a relationship with each other.
“We’re in a very unique situation, we’re so new to each other. So many new faces that this year was always about trying to get to know each other, the ‘bridge year,’ trying to get back on top.
Obviously, with injuries and all the rest, so that flowed right into this suspension where it’s been hard, to be honest,” the superstar of the Warriors said, via Ali Thanawalla of NBC Sports.
Prior to the NBA suspension, the Warriors had the worst in the league (15-50).