Curry 'proud' of how Warriors dealt with drama
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DALLAS — As the Golden State Warriors continue to repair internal damage in the wake of a verbal altercation between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green during and following a Monday night overtime loss to the LA Clippers, point guard Stephen Curry said he is “extremely proud” of the way the team has come together since.
“It’s been different. It’s been tough,” Curry said Saturday before the Warriors’ 112-109 loss to the Dallas Mavericks, their third defeat in four games. “Obviously it sucks not being able to play. It sucks when you’re not with the team when something like that happens. But I think the way we’ve handled it as a team, the way Draymond’s handled it, the way KD’s handled it, it’s been nothing but professionalism and understanding that it’s about the team. And the conversations that we’ve all had, whether it’s one-on-one, as a team, is keeping that in mind.
“We have the opportunity to do something extremely special this year. There’s going to be ups and downs and bumps in the road, whether it’s self-inflicted or whether it’s from outside.
Draymond Green’s words — both on Thursday and weeks before Monday’s incident with