Stephen Curry can’t wait to see “how far we can take this” as the Golden State Warriors aim to close in on another NBA championship, live on the BBC.
They are now one win away from reaching the Conference Semi-Finals this season.
“For us to be in a position where we’re still creating results is really dope,” the 35-year-old Curry said.
“It’s everything. Each of us has been through a lot to try to maintain the level we’re at.”
Curry has been the NBA’s Most Valuable Player twice and last season was named NBA Finals MVP for the first time.
This year, Golden State is the sixth seed in the Western Conference and the defending champion win over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday to go 3-2 in their first round series.
You can watch Game 6 live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport app from 00:55 BST on Saturday.
“You hear all the talk about how long we can do it and stuff,” Curry added. “We’re trying to keep this journey going and we’re not taking it for granted.
“We’re doing something that’s very unique and can change at any time. Think about how it started, where we are and how far we can go.”
Only two of the eight spots in the Conference Semifinals remain, and if the Warriors advance, they will face either the Los Angeles Lakers or the Memphis Grizzlies, with LeBron James’ Lakers 3-2 before hosting Game 6 (3:30 BST Saturday).
The BBC is broadcasting live NBA games during the 2022-23 season, with all games live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app in the UK.
There will also be selected highlights and an end-of-season recap show.
The remaining NBA games will be shown live on the BBC
- 1 more play-off game (from April 15 to May 8)
- 1 conference final game (May 14-17)
- 1 NBA Finals game (June 1-18)