Stephen Curry Opens Up About Breaking Up Championship Trio with Klay Thompson and Draymond Green

Defending champions, the Golden State Warriors, have had a rough season with a 35-33 record and doubts about their contender status.

Despite this, Stephen Curry wants the Warriors' core featuring him, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green to stay together.

Curry spoke candidly about the trio's uniqueness in a recent chat on "Dubs Talk".

"I think it's special because we are all different," Curry said. "We all express ourselves differently."

"We have different games, different personalities, different ways to communicate, but they all mesh, and there's like a seamlessness when we're out there on the floor and even in life where you don't have to be anything other than yourself. And that's what makes us special and has allowed us to sustain it as long as we have.”

"The fact that we're still doing it says a lot. So it's kind of unheard of in the league. I know that the [San Antonio] Spurs, old [Boston] Celtics teams, "Showtime" Lakers ... there [are] a few examples of teammates that have been together this long and played at the level that we have for as long as we have," said Curry.

"So I don't know if we're truly appreciated to be able to really talk about it until it's over. Hopefully, that's not anytime soon. But there's definitely a realization of how unique that trio is and [an] understanding of all the guys that we've played with along the way that have made it even more special."

He hopes that people will appreciate how unique their trio is and how other teammates have contributed to their success.

The Warriors' core consists of three players with different styles of play, personalities, and ways of communicating, which makes them special.