The attention of the NBA world turned to Stephen Curry after he issued a defiant statement to the rest

The NBA world turned its eyes to Stephen Curry after he delivered a message to challenge the rest

The Golden State Warriors are on a roll.

They’ve won eight of their last 10 games.

Moving Trayce Jackson-Davis into the starting lineup has helped solidify the team’s defense.

Steph Curry has been leading the way on offense.

On Tuesday, Golden State secured an important win over the Los Angeles Lakers.

Suddenly, Steve Kerr’s team could leapfrog out of 10th and get as high as eighth in the coming days.

When speaking to the media following the game, Stephen Curry gave a defiant message when asked about his team’s recent surge.

He noted that as long as they’re in with a chance of competing, they will be a force.

“It’s year to year because you have to evolve to what type of challenges face this particular team,” Curry said.

“We’ve had an up and down year. We’ve had a lot going on. A tragedy on our team.

All the mixing and matching of the lineups and stuff. But, we have a pulse, and that’s all we need.”

Jumping to eighth would be beneficial to the Warriors.

It would mean they need to win one out of two games to qualify for the postseason, rather than the two it would take if they finished ninth or 10th.

Regardless of where the Warriors finish the regular season, Curry is right:

You can’t count Golden State out, not while it still has some skin in the game.

As we’ve seen over the last 10 games, it can beat anybody when it is at its best.

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