The Golden State Warriors will look quite different this season.
They will continue to run their full motion offense with the Splash Brothers and Draymond Green, but they will also have Chris Paul there.
Needless to say, Paul’s arrival has led to countless questions about his fit with the team.
With that in mind, Stephen Curry talked to 95.7 The Game about Paul’s potential impact, stating that he’s a high-IQ player who has known how to make everybody around him better throughout his entire career, so there’s no doubt that he can do precisely that again when he arrives in the Bay Area.
“He’s such a high IQ guy, knows how to play the game, knows how to make people around him better. He’s done that his whole career. There’s no reason that’s not going to continue with us.”
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— 95.7 The Game (@957thegame) October 3, 2023
Paul’s arrival to the Warriors has been talked about a lot throughout the course of the offseason.
Some are worried he might not be willing to come off the bench or embrace a lesser role with the team, and that could lead to trouble.
Nonetheless, there’s no reason to think he won’t play ball and do whatever they need for him if that’s what it takes to finally win an NBA championship.
The Warriors will no longer be the team to beat in the Western Conference.
The Denver Nuggets, Phoenix Suns, and even Los Angeles Lakers look better than them on paper right now.
But we’ve seen the rest of the league count them out way too many times already, and they’ve already shown that it was a mistake in the past.
Don’t sleep on the Warriors, they have championship DNA and got better than they were last season.NEXT: Draymond Green Shares His Expectations For Chris Paul