A lot has been made about how the Golden State Warriors are going to share the ball next season. The franchise has four legitimate stars who have the ability to take over a game, and keeping all of them happy could be a problem.
Kevin Durant has joined the organisation with the view of ending his long wait for a championship ring, but teething problems in the Bay Area will include how they share the rock.
Speaking at a recent TechCrunch Disrupt conference, two-time MVP and point guard Stephen Curry insisted there were enough shots to keep all of their star names happy.
"I did some advanced analytics," Curry said. "There’s plenty of shots to go around."
He continued: "It’ll be a different way of going about our style. But there are plenty of shots to go around, plenty of opportunities for everybody to shine."
There has been some suggestion that Klay Thompson could be the man who finds his impact limited, but that would be harsh on the shooting guard, who really excelled during the playoffs.
All of the players can expect their numbers to decrease somewhat, but Klay needs to be given the chance to shine, he has the ability to make the difference.