The Golden State Warriors appeared to be as dangerous as ever after winning the NBA championship in 2021 and 2022.
The Warriors were anticipated by many to begin their title defense aggressively.
Golden State is 20-20 going into Tuesday night’s game, which has been the exact opposite.
There is still enough talent on the Golden State Warriors’ roster to make them one of the best teams in the Western Conference.
The Warriors appear to be on the right path, having won five of their last seven games.
However, Golden State is anticipated to see a significant lineup upgrade.
Steph Curry, the superstar, is expected to start again against the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday.
Curry has not played since the Indiana Pacers’ game on December 14th.
Stephen A. Smith, an analyst, recently emphasized on “First Take” that despite their slow start, Golden State is still dangerous.
Smith focused on how dangerous Klay Thompson and Steph Curry can be for opposing teams when they are at their peak.
The combination of Steph Curry and Klay Thompson presents nightmares for potential opponents in the Western Conference.
Throughout their careers, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson have posed challenges for opposing teams.
The combination of the two gives Golden State hope for a comeback despite the team’s poor start.
The Golden State Warriors have the potential to ignite the season and launch a significant run.
It will be a significant step in the right direction to include superstar Steph Curry once more in the lineup.
Curry was having a great season before getting hurt.
While shooting 43.4% from three-point range, he is averaging 30.0 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 6.8 assists per game.
Klay Thompson, his backcourt partner, has begun to resemble his former self as well.
Thompson has shot 40.0% from three-point range in his last five games, averaging 33.6 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 3.2 assists.
With Curry back, Golden State will frighten the league if Thompson can keep playing at this level.
After missing 11 games due to a partially dislocated left shoulder.
Stephen Curry has returned to the Golden State Warriors, where he started against the Phoenix Suns.
Coach Steve Kerr said, “he’s not going to be play a heavy load,” despite the fact that Curry did not have a strict restriction on minutes played on Tuesday night.
Klay Thompson, who had been a late scratch in Saturday’s loss to Orlando due to soreness in his surgically repaired left knee, also returned to Golden State’s regular starting five.
After missing 15 games due to a non-COVID illness and a strained muscle in his right upper leg, Andrew Wiggins returned Saturday.
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