Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry warns NBA after Warriors’ loss to LeBron-less Lakers

Stephen Curry has issued a warning to the rest of the NBA after the Golden State Warriors suffered a loss against the LeBron James-less Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday. The Warriors had entered the game on a hot streak, winning 10 of their last 11 games, but were unable to contain the Lakers’ supporting cast in the absence of their superstar.

Curry, who finished with a game-high 37 points, acknowledged the Lakers’ resilience and emphasized the importance of not underestimating any opponent in the league. “It doesn’t matter who’s out there, you’ve got to bring your best effort every night,” Curry said after the game. “We learned that lesson tonight.”

The loss snapped the Warriors’ five-game winning streak and dropped them to 30-22 on the season, still good for eighth place in the Western Conference standings. Despite the setback, Curry remains confident in his team’s ability to compete at a high level and make a deep playoff run.

“We’ve got to keep pushing and keep getting better,” Curry said. “We’re not where we want to be yet, but we’re headed in the right direction.”

The Warriors will look to bounce back in their next game against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday, as they continue their push towards the postseason. As Curry and the rest of the team work to refine their game and build momentum down the stretch, they will be keeping a watchful eye on the competition, knowing that every game and every opponent presents a new challenge in the quest for a championship.

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