This might not exactly come as a shock to some people, but the Golden State Warriors are good, really good.
The Warriors are pushing to become the best team in NBA regular season as they look to try and surpass the 95-96 Chicago Bulls' record of 72-10.
For some reason, however, a lot of old names appear to be popping out of the woodwork to claim that this potentially history-making Dubs side aren't even that good. And that seems to have annoyed Stephen Curry.
Curry appeared on the "Warriors Plus/Minus" podcast by the Bay Area News Group on Friday and finally revealed his true feelings on the people trying to downplay the Warriors amazing acheivement in just being 52-5 right now.
"It's starting to get a little annoying just because it's kind of unwarranted from across the board," Curry said. "We have a very competent group, and we have fun when we're out there on the floor, and it shows, obviously."
The reigning NBA MVP went on to add that he feels his side is actually being very humble, doing their best to stay away from making any unnecessary headlines.
"We enjoy what we do. But for the most part, you don't hear us talking about, you know, comparing ourselves to other great teams and 'We could beat this team, we're better than this team.' We're living in the moment."
Curry might be referring to Stephen Jackson, the ex-Warriors forward, who claimed the 2006-07 Golden State team he played on would've beaten this current side. For the folks that don't remember, that GSW side finished 8th in the Western Conference and went out in the second round of the playoffs.