Stephen Curry believes that the Golden State Warriors are resilient and can win Game 2 against the Boston Celtics

SAN FRANCISCO Stephen Curry Has seen the Golden State Warriors bounce back several times this season, and is confident they will do so again in Game 2.

The Warriors' rebound from their Game 5 loss of 39 points at Memphis in the second round and a loss of 10 points Dallas Curry stated that he had witnessed the resilience of both the Western Conference teams this season in Game 4, before they lost to each other in the ensuing match.

Curry stated that there are times in the regular season when things can get away from us a bit, after Saturday's practice. And kind of have your Come-to Jesus' moment, because we need to play right.

“How do we turn the page and get things back on track? “We usually responded fairly well.”

After a meltdown in the fourth quarter, the Warriors dropped Game 1 at home in the NBA Finals on Thursday. It was the third series-opening loss for the Warriors under Steve Kerr. This is the first time that they have been beaten 0-1 in a best of seven series.

Curry stated that it was the first time Curry had seen players such as Curry. Andrew Wiggins And Jordan Poole Their NBA Finals debut. “We are here for a reason. Because we figured it all along the way. If we are going to return to this series, we have to do it again.

Curry answered emphatically that this is one of those moments.

After surrendering 21 3-pointers including nine in the fourth period, the Warriors will try to defend the Celtics' 3-point shooters more effectively.

“We need to use more force on defense,” she said. Draymond GreenThe game's winner, Corey, has been held accountable for failing to live up to his standards in Game 1. “I feel there were times during the game when they didn’t feel our team. When you’re playing against a great opponent at this stage in the season, they must feel you every possession.

“We just need to make sure they feel each possession.”

The Warriors could use defenders Gary Payton II In Game 2. Payton didn't play in Game 1. However, he was still available because he had been out with a broken elbow since Game 2 against Memphis. Kerr, who was present Andre Iguodala 12 minutes in Game 1, after the veteran hadn't played since Game 4 of Round 1. Denver Payton said that he is feeling better after sustaining a neck injury and that he expects to use him more.

Otto Porter Jr. Three times, the Warriors called Game 2 “a must win” after practice. The Warriors will be looking toward their championship-experienced core to lead the way. Curry, Klay Thompson Green, Green and Allie all expressed confidence that the Warriors would bounce back with the championship at stake.

Kerr stated that Steph and Draymond have been to the Finals six times. They have seen it all. They've seen everything. They have won many championships. They have also lost championships. They've had their hearts broken. They've been to parades. It's all part of the process. This is the right mental approach and it's based on experience.

Thompson expressed excitement for Game 2.

Thompson made 6-of-14 shots during Game 1. “I must take more shots. I need more stops. I must be me. That would be one of my greatest ever shots, so I will rely on it.

“We're going to play with despair tomorrow, and I think this is when we're at our best.”

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