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Sport Steph Curry responds to those taking shots at Warriors

07:15  29 october  2019
07:15  29 october  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

Michael Jordan: Steph Curry is not a Hall of Famer yet

  Michael Jordan: Steph Curry is not a Hall of Famer yet Michael Jordan thinks that Steph Curry isn't worthy of the hallowed halls of Springfield, Mass just yet.Jordan sat down with NBC’s Craig Melvin for an interview on “Today” to talk about the two medical clinics he and his family funded in Charlotte to help underprivileged people. During the interview, MJ was asked whether he would still take Magic Johnson, Hakeem Olajuwon, James Worthy and Scottie Pippen as his four teammates going up against anyone. He said he would. Melvin brought up Steph Curry, and that’s when MJ said Curry wasn’t a Hall of Famer yet.

Steph Curry responds to the (very odd) social media critiques of Ayesha Curry dancing at her [RELATED: How Robinson is relishing shot at rejuvenation with Dubs]. This brings the Warriors "I really wanted the opportunity to take that and show what I can do." With the Warriors , Robinson is

Over the past three seasons, Steph Curry , Kevin Durant and the Warriors enjoyed an unprecedented run of success. But Durant chose to take his talents to Brooklyn this summer, signing with the Nets to play alongside his friend Kyrie Irving and hopefully lead a team that truly is his.

The Golden State Warriors beat the New Orleans Pelicans 134-123 on Monday night for their first win of the season, which led Stephen Curry to respond to some of those taking shots at his team.

  Steph Curry responds to those taking shots at Warriors © Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

After the game, Curry made mention of those who have kicked the Warriors while they were down after an 0-2 start. He said it’s easy for them to take shots at the team while it's retooling, and he says that’s fine.

Among those taking shots at the Warriors was Kendrick Perkins, a former Cavaliers player who holds a bias against Golden State due to his rivalry with the Warriors as a player.

Golden State is an easy target because it was so stacked and so good the last five years. Some fans and teams like seeing the Warriors fall back to earth after being almost unfairly good during their run, which saw them win three championships. But they lost Kevin Durant over the summer, and Klay Thompson is recovering from a torn ACL. On top of that, they traded Andre Iguodala, and Shaun Livingston retired. Plus Willie Cauley-Stein and Kevon Looney are currently injured.

The Warriors are beginning the season in a rough way, and their leaders understand that. They’re prepared to take on all haters.

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a person holding a basketball: Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (23) goes up for a dunk in the second half of the game against the Charlotte Hornets at Staples Center on October 27, 2019. 

Steph Curry seems to have added Michael Jordan to his list of haters .
M.J. may have made an enemy.

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