OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant are finally on the same floor, for real.
The Dubs have looked like a machine at times during the preseason, but there's a big difference between practice, and the real thing. Now it's time for the real thing.
Curry says to not expect perfection on day one.
"There's gonna be growing pains this whole season. Some you might see as glaring issues," he said. "Some might not appear as issues we need to work on. I don't wanna get too wrapped up in like sending messages game one."
Many fans aren't expecting perfection, but they're still excited for Tuesday's tip off.
Some would call having three superstars on their team an embarrassment of riches, but not Warriors fans. They're preparing to tee up a new season with 2015's superstars plus one, but don't tell Kevin Durant there's anything too special about this game: game one with his new team.
"I don't even think of it as an opening moment," said Durant. "Go out there and be great."
This game is anything but routine, though Warriors fans are giddy over the prospect of what lies ahead, especially with Durant on board.
"We just saw him," said Warriors fan Marcus Thompson. "He looks pretty good. He looks even better in blue and gold."
When asked if she was okay with having several star players on the team, Warriors fan Ola Hendricks said, "Oh yes, most definitely."
The Warriors may not be putting pressure on themselves, but clearly their fans have high expectations.
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