Steph Curry’s Bold Text to Teammate Revealed

Many proclaimed the Golden State Warriors’ dynasty to be over after they lost to the Toronto Raptors in the 2019 NBA Finals. Klay Thompson was injured and predicted to miss the entire season, while Kevin Durant was hurt and predicted to leave the team in free agency. Meanwhile, the Western Conference was predicted to improve with the addition of top free agents and trade targets.

The culmination of this chain of events came when Steph Curry broke his hand five games into the 2019–20 season, leaving the Warriors star-less despite possessing the league’s best skill combination for several years. The Warriors started to seriously hear rumblings about the end of their dynasty after missing the playoffs that year and the following. Then 2022 took place.

The Warriors served as a reminder that they were still around in 2022 by winning the championship. The Warriors, who took a step backwards last season, are trying to show the NBA that they’re still a genuine danger. No one is more eager to remind people than Steph Curry, who earlier this summer emailed Draymond Green about it.

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Green disclosed a text message he received from Curry earlier this offseason that said, “We still right here,” in an interview with ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk. We are not standing still.

In response to a chat Green and Curry were having about some fond recollections from the past, Curry boldly reminded his teammate that they were still present in the conversation.





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