Steph Curry is a very frustrated figure following the Golden State Warriors' third straight loss to end the year.
Steph Curry and the Warriors were left scrambling in the fourth quarter as they failed to snap a two-game losing streak.
Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks were simply too good on Saturday night as they got the 132-122 win. Doncic had a game-high 39 points with eight rebounds and 10 assists.
Curry wants more from Warriors
Despite Stephen Curry's impressive performance with 25 points and seven assists, it fell short of securing the victory. The four-time NBA champion expressed frustration to reporters after the game, emphasizing that the team's struggles are disheartening.
Additionally, he conveyed a message to the coaching staff and front office, urging necessary changes to be made "before it's too late."
"It's frustrating, for sure," Curry said.
"32 games in and any team that is a seriously competitive contender, a good team can answer that question (Is there a clear-cut five players the team can rely on?). We have to get to that point, for sure, before it's too late."