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Warriors Notebook: Why Steph Curry Could Be Better Than Ever with Kevin Durant

After the most scrutinized and pressure-packed season any NBA team has ever endured, there was a visceral sense at Media Day that something loomed large. It had been 100 days since the crushing blow of losing Game 7 of the 2016 Finals, but the Warriors are a much different team as constituted right now, to the relief of those who are still here to bear witness. Head coach Steve Kerr has an immense task ahead.
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