It would mean everything.
Curry said a few of the players have had "side conversations" before on the subject, but "you don't plan anything until you win the championship". It is a business.
Curry was sure to make clear that nothing was written in stone yet, and that the Warriors would talk the scenario over as a team before a final decision is made, but all signs now point to Golden State passing on the opportunity.
"They're going to be around for a while", Cavaliers forward LeBron James said after suffering his second Finals defeat in three years to a Warriors team that went 16-1 in the playoffs. We're going to do everything we can to keep this team together.
LeBron James may be the game's greatest player but the manner in which his Cleveland Cavaliers were dispatched in the NBA Finals on Monday may have signalled that his championship window has been slammed shut. Now Kevin Durant is saying the same thing about the Warriors.
Durant might be asked to do the same-take less than he might command elsewhere to allow Golden State to keep Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston without salary cap issues. "I still feel like that today", he said, as quoted by USA Today. "It's easier said than done obviously, but that's the goal". We don't want that to taint what we've accomplished.
In addition, Draymond Green, who was suspended for Game 5 previous year, will be playing.
And I trust Durant when he says the Warriors worked hard to create chemistry and put the team ahead of their egos. "And I know he wants to be here and we want him here".
Nancy Pelosi tweeted that she we would "be honored to welcome the team to the U.S. Capitol". Next game watch out, I'm ready to go, ' " Myers recalled.
"It was unbelievable. The energy in this building from the time we stepped foot on the floor was on 12 out of 10".
Curry and Durant also heard from former President Barack Obama with congratulations, though Durant said he was most excited that among 200 messages was a text from a high school girlfriend he didn't realize still had his number.
Less than 24 hours after winning their second NBA Title in three years against the Cleveland Cavaliers - at least two members of the Golden State Warriors ahve gone on record to state they would not be visiting President Donald Trump at the White House.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr sees Durant as that missing piece to turning a formidable club into a historic juggernaut.
Curry told reporters that he'd been asked by someone months ago if he'd want to go visit the controversial president, and said then that he wasn't keen on the idea.