AP Basketball Writer
Stephen Curry knew roster change was inevitable.
That being said, Curry and the Golden State Warriors aren't changing their expectations of themselves.
The five-time defending Western Conference champions aren't the popular pick to represent their side of the league in this season's NBA Finals, understandable after losing the likes of Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala. But Curry said that the Warriors will strive to remain what they've been over the last half-decade — "a team that's feared across the league."
"Look at every era of basketball," Curry said. "For a team to sustain this type of level of play and this greatness, it doesn't happen that often. And when you need to retool, it may look different, but the great teams, great players figure it o