WarriorGM wrote:Scoots1994 wrote:WarriorGM wrote:
Not really necessary to mention where first allegiances lie, but that it has come up is further indication that it is time for Curry to move on.
Curry should leave the Warriors because Warriors fans are fans of the Warriors. Riiight.
I have asked a number of the Warriors fans here point blank if they believe Stephen Curry is the greatest player in the league. I have been shocked at how evasive they have been with an affirmative answer just as I have been shocked at how Kerr continuously avoids to unambiguously say it. Instead I have heard Kerr praising LeBron or KD in such a way that one could infer means he considers them better players. I have now seen fans here saying this was a lost season the moment Klay got injured. I have now seen a season where developing Wiseman was given priority over taking advantage of a late prime Curry season. I am losing confidence swiftly in both the team's and the Warriors fanbase's (as represented by those here) support of Curry.
The logical move then would be for Curry to move on. He should be on a team that believes he can win and is unstinting in its support of that objective. If the Warriors team and its fans don't fit that description then why should he stay?
So if some fans don't believe Curry is the greatest player in the league, he should force his way out and go where every fan will say this. What an odd argument.