The Golden State Warriors had an incredible regular season but fell at the final hurdle as they were beaten by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the finals.
Cleveland's incredible comeback voided any of the Warriors' achievements during their 73-game winning campaign and the history books will always show a story of winning a battle but losing the war.
As the new season approaches, the Warriors have improved on their franchise and many are talking about their chances of winning 74 games next season.
But Stephen Curry thinks reaching that milestone is not important to the organisation, it is all about claiming another ring.
He said: "I think we've added some great character guys that will fit right into our identity and who we are as a team. There's only one goal this and that's obviously to win a championship so whatever it takes to make that happen, I'm sure we'll figure it out.
"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. We want to have a great regular season obviously, we don't want to have any slip ups but I don't think coming into the season with a goal of 74 isn't a good focus.
"It's about winning championships."