The Golden State Warriors still are not right. Stephen Curry is still not right.
To hold on to the No. 1 seed with Kevin Durant out, the Warriors need the MVP-level Curry of the last couple seasons, yet in his last seven games, he has hit 23-of-78 from three, 29.5 percent. Overall he is shooting 40.8 percent. While he had a better fourth quarter Monday night (3-of-5 from three) it took a Draymond Green Defensive Player of the Year mixtape game to beat the Sixers at home.
But as Curry told me Monday, there is no panic in the Warriors’ locker room over the recent “speed bumps.”