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This summer, Durant shined while playing at Oracle with the U.S. team ahead of the Rio Olympics. He did so again for his preseason home debut against the Clippers on Oct. 4.
"I don't really think of it as an opening moment," Durant said. "It's just another game to me. It's easy for me to approach it that way if it's just another chance to step between the lines and do what I love. Not put too much pressure on myself to go out there and be great. I put the work in, I prepared the right way. I'll let that stuff take over. I've got to get out of my own mind and just play, and that's what I've been doing."
Golden State dealt with its own disappointment in giving up a 3-1 advantage in the finals and losing Game 7 at home against the Cavaliers.
Not that Curry is afraid to talk about that disappointment.
In fact, on Tuesday morning he discussed his new Under Armour advertisement that faces head-on the missed championship -- "that's fresh," Curry notes in the video.
It goes on with: "73-9. ... Missed championship. ... Make That Old."
The first unanimous MVP selection last season, Curry said he had a say in the theme focused on pushing on from defeat because "there's no perfect journey in any situation, so you try to sweep stuff under the rug or try to paint a picture that's not 100 percent accurate, I think it's doing whoever's following our journey a disservice."
"There's a powerful story in it, a relevancy to it, what's going on right now," Curry said. "A look into the mindset I have going into this year ... to see certain chapters we've gone through - good and bad. With every opportunity you have to look forward about what you're going to do next. It's pretty empowering. I'm excited about the opportunity that's in front of me individually and us as a team."
By JANIE McCAULEY, NBA News
The two-time MVP responded to an Oct. 19 article written by ESPN.com's Ethan Sherwood Strauss, who highlighted possible chemistry issues regarding Draymond Green.
"Honestly, none of that stuff (the negativity) has crept in," Curry said Sunday, per Sam Amick of USA Today. "We have to respond. Obviously the article about Draymond, we all thought it was ridiculous and kind of looking through a keyhole at somebody’s life that you don’t really know about."
While Strauss noted Green's positive contributions, pointing out that some consider him to be the team's most important player, he also explained how his antics on and off the court can be a problem for the team.
"Throughout the season, Green, in the guise of motivation, would berate his co-workers during games and practices; on multiple occasions he had to be separated from teammates," Strauss wrote.
(Rob Goldberg, bleacher report)
“After a great deal of internal thought and several discussions with my family, the Warriors and my representatives, I’ve elected to withdraw my name from the list of eligible players on Team USA’s preliminary roster for the 2016 Summer Games in Brazil," Curry said in a statement released by the Warriors. "I recently informed (USA Basketball managing director Jerry Colangelo) of this decision.”
Curry — who is just two games away from leading the Golden State Warriors to a second consecutive championship — suffered a Grade 1 MCL sprain in the Warriors' first-round series with the Houston Rockets and missed four games, but has been given his usual workload in 11 games since. He won a gold medal with USA Basketball in both the 2010 and 2014 FIBA World Cups, but has yet to play in Olympic competition.
(USA TODAY Sports)