Stephen Curry offers a conflicting perspective compared to Steve Kerr following…

In the aftermath of the Warriors’ loss to the Nuggets on Sunday, much of the postgame chatter surrounded Klay Thompson scoring 23 points in the first half and zero in the second. But it was a tough night for Steph Curry too.Golden State’s sharpshooter finished with 20 points on 6-19 shooting from the field, as the Warriors blew a 16-point first-half lead to lose the game 119-103.

Curry, along with head coach Steve Kerr, then made some interesting comments after the game, which were especially notable because they completely contradicted each other.

“I think Steph has looked tired to me the last couple of games,” Kerr saidWe’ll just take it game by game and see how he’s doing but like I said this is all part of the season,” Kerr said. “Every player goes through it, just feeling a little fatigued, a little heavy-legged and then you know he’ll get it back and if we have to give him a game to help him do that, then then we’ll do that.You just miss shots and you keep shooting. It’s part of the nature of being available and playing every game which [you] never lose confidence and come back on [Tuesday] try to shoot well on the road.

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