Steph Curry Jokes Warriors May Need to Stay at Hotels Before Home Games Due to Record

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That’s why Stephen Curry wants his team to approach home games as if they were road games, as they’ve fared significantly better away from the Bay area this season.

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We might need to stay in a hotel in San Francisco and act like it’s a road game,” Curry said after a win over the Charlotte Hornets.

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“Like they do in football and stay in a hotel the night before.

I don’t know what it is about the Road Warriors. 

We’ve kept our season alive with our road performance.

It means a lot, and with what it’s looking like, we’re going to have to do that to get into the playoffs.

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So, something to rely on.”

The Warriors are currently 21-15 on the road, as opposed to just 18-19 at home.

Oddly enough, they went through the opposite thing last season.

Still, coach Steve Kerr doesn’t seem to be too worried about that:

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“It’s bizarre. A year ago, it was the complete opposite. We were 33-8 at home and 0-41 on the road or so.

So, who knows? It’s hard to explain these things. The main thing is we’re playing well right now.

We’re in a pretty good groove,” said Kerr.

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“We’re coming along well.

And obviously, we’re in a fight with a lot of teams.

The West is just loaded this year. A year ago, we probably had a similar record — I think we ended up (44-38) — and we were the six seed.

This year, we could end up with a better record and be the 10th seed.”

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The West is stacked, indeed, and the Warriors may not be able to keep up with other powerhouses.

Then again, who knows?

Perhaps not having a homecourt advantage will end up being a blessing in disguise for them.

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