Even with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson hopefully back next season, the Golden State Warriors are probably going to look quite different from the days of their dynasty.
Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala and a few others are gone, and the team probably shouldn’t expect similar production from their replacements. That raises a clear question: Just how much load is Curry going to carry on offense?
Head coach Steve Kerr shed some light on the answer to that unknown in a podcast with The Athletic published Wednesday, and threw in some digs at the Houston Rockets in the process.
Steve Kerr: The Warriors are not becoming the Rockets
When asked about communicating with Curry and Draymond Green on how the team is preparing for the 2020-21 season, Kerr had this exchange with The