Curry vows on behalf of back-to-back champs Warriors: "We want more"

Steph Curry has high hopes for Golden State. Nikki Collantes
By Ivan Saldajeno

TAGUIG--Golden State has become a dynasty on the rise, winning the last two NBA titles and three of the last four thanks to a solid core led by Steph Curry.

But according to the six-foot-three point guard, the Warriors are not done yet.

"We want more. We want to accomplish the ultimate feat of winning a championship every single year," Curry said during the press conference of the Philippine stop of his Asia tour at the Kerry Sports Gym on Friday.

Another title will put Golden State in an elite club, becoming only the fourth franchise to win three consecutive titles, the first since the Los Angeles Lakers completed a three-peat in 2002.

With Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala, and Shaun Livingston, the Warriors' key players, staying for another season plus the acquisition of DeMarcus Cousins, they are tipped among the early favorites to win it all even if LeBron James--and even former Warrior JaVale McGee--went to Hollywood to join the Lakers.

"The Western Conference is going to be tough, but we know how to win and have what it takes," Curry continued.

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