‘We Can Re-Imagine the Next Dynasty’


The Warriors’ braintrust is already visualizing “the next dynasty,” according to owner Joe Lacob.

“You add one guy and it can change everything,” says Lacob.

Stephen Curry is expected to re-join Golden State’s lineup next month, with Lacob adding that he has zero interest in tanking.

Per USA Today:

“The great thing about this is we can re-imagine the next dynasty,” owner Joe Lacob told USA TODAY Sports during the NBA’s Tech Summit during All-Star weekend. “I think it’s been a good year for us to take stock with where we’re at and try to recreate.”

Oh yeah, and the Warriors expect to have a fully healthy Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Kevon Looney next season.

“You add one guy and it can change everything,” Lacob said. “We already happen to have two of the greatest shooters of all time. Look at the games. We’ve only been losing by six or eight points. But add those two guys, and we’re already pretty good. I think [Andrew] Wiggins is going to help a lot.”

[Curry] has spent the past month completing various shooting workouts.

“Steph is coming back. That’s not even a discussion internally,” Lacob said. “He’s ready to play so he should play. By the way, we’ll try to win every game. I’m not really about, ‘Let’s lose every game so we can get the best pick.’ You try to do that, you’re messing with the basketball gods. So we don’t believe in that.”

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