President of basketball operations Bob Myers and point guard Stephen Curry spoke on Thursday following the incident at Golden State’s practice this week - which TMZ published video of on Friday morning.
BOB MYERS: Look, it's the NBA, it's professional sports, these things happen. Nobody likes it. We don't condone it, but it happened.
Draymond apologized to the team this morning. Jordan was there in the room, I was there in the room with the team, the coaches, players and we heard that. As far as any suspension, punishment, fine, we're going to handle that internally.
STEPHEN CURRY: He respects my opinion, he respects how I feel, and we've had those conversations. So be honest with him about the disappointment in the situation in and of itself, but also, I think we've earned the ability to say, I trust that you're going to do the work to figure it out. That's all you can do right now. You rely on the history, you rely on the confidence, and who I know him to be, and kind of put all your chips in that. So I think I don't want to over-complicate it, because it's still fresh and new.
And to your point or the question around, how was practice today? Even just how we talked about it and try to get on the same page with how we're addressing it. But also know we have work to do. All those things are pretty fluid and we just try to address it the best way we can. But I between me and Dray, between Dray and the rest of the team, all those personal relationships and the communication lines, that starts with honesty and openness and we've been together for so long, I think we know how to have those conversations.