Golden State Warriors head coach Stephen Kerr believes last season unanimous MVP champion will get back to his best following is recent slump in form.
Following the Warriors 108-109 lose to Cleveland Cavaliers where Curry only scored 15 points despite being on the court for 37 minutes, Kerr has no worries over Curry’s dip in form.
The back to back MVP champions is shooting a career-low 40% on 3-pointers, but Kerr is confident he’ll find his touch again.
“The great thing about Steph is he doesn’t worry about it too much,” Kerr said.
“He’s got the confidence of Michael Jordan. Very few players I’ve ever seen can miss 10 shots in a row and then make the next one like it’s nothing. Steph’s done it his whole career.”