Found September 06, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
It perhaps took some time but Stephen Curry seems comfortable in his role as the man. He's long since been anointed by Warriors management. And his playoff performances pushed him up a tier on the star hierarchy. But now his teammates the youngsters and the newcomers are looking to him for guidance. His coaches are expecting him to be a vocal leader. The fan base is banking on him carrying the franchise to heights it hasn't sniffed in decades. And the fifth-year guard seems to be embracing it all matter-of-factly. "I'm 25. Still young. But I know the drill. I know the expectations" Curry said in a chat with local media after working out at the team facility Thursday. "For me to have the same coaching staff the same leadership for three straight years is big. ... We have the stability for us to make that move (to another level) and I hope to lead that charge." Certainly Curry's not alone in leading the locker room. David Lee and center Andrew Bo...
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