Steph Curry Reveals Honest Thoughts About Losing Game 1
Stephen Curry opened up about his headspace following a Game 1
collapse against the Boston Celtics in Game 1.
Game 1 has been at the forefront of Stephen Curry's mind.
Despite taking a 12-point lead into the fourth quarter
the Golden State Warriors fell apart at the seams late in the opening game of the 2022 NBA Finals.
Curry took reporters through his thoughts about the loss
as the Warriors look to bounce back against Boston in Game 2 Sunday night.
"If you're not down about it, you're not in your feelings then that's a problem because it doesn't matter," Curry said.
"You have to feel it. How much it lingers, that's the test to how you bounce back."
For Curry, a 34-point night that saw the two-time MVP stripe seven of the 14 three-pointers
he attempted simply wasn't enough to snuff out the Celtics
who outscored Golden State 40-16 in the final frame of Game 1.
To Curry and the rest of Golden State, Game 2 now feels like a must-win.