The NBA season is about two months away and the hype surrounding the Warriors this season is wild. With the addition of Kevin Durant in the off season, expectations this year are even higher than last, but how is that possible. This team won 73 games last year, something I never thought I'd see in my entire life, now all the buzz is about will they break that record this year. Absolutely not, for a team to have a season like that, the team has to be blessed by no major injuries and great team chemistry. The chemistry and health factor were both on the Warriors side last year, but I think that fortune will change this year. By adding Durant, you add a guy that's going to want the most or the second most shots on the team, I know these guys will never admit it, but everyone loves to be one of the main guys scoring the rock. Let's just say I don't think Klay and Draymond are going to be too happy about taking the back seat to Durant, I think chemistry problems will flair up, and it'll affect their play. Curry said in an interview that " 74 (wins) isn't really a goal, if it happens it happens, but all of our energy will be spent on getting ourselves ready for a championship run." The way Curry words some things just really pisses me off, just say it's not a goal we won 73 games last year and that lead to nothing, so why would we care about getting 74. That's what he should've said, but instead he decides to basically say its not really a goal, unless we get close towards the end of the season, and then we'll make it a goal. This is just like that scenario the other day when he said, " I wasn't 100 percent, but who cares." That being in regards to if he was injured in the finals, obviously you still care if you're bringing it up Steph. No, he wasn't trying to throw a subtle excuse in their anywhere, no Steph wouldn't do that. I can't wait to see Cleveland keep shitting on this kids parade as he throws little temper tantrums his entire career until Daddy Lebron and Uncle Drew finally stop beating up on him.