"At the end of the day you've got to want the most out of whoever you've got on the floor, You want to get the most from whoever is playing but sometimes you can't overcome this many injuries that we have."
"Yeah. I'll never accept a loss. It's not in my DNA," James said.
"I think we're just missing some smiles out there on the court right now," said Kyle Korver "It feels very serious. We're just kind of slugging it out. It'll help once we get some healthy bodies back. And there's not a lot of time, for sure."
"It's like black or white," Korver said. "There's no in-between. But in Iowa we'd say, 'There might be a little drought right now, but when it rains it's going to pour.' We'll hold onto that. Right now it feels a little low and a little dry. Hopefully it'll turn soon and we'll be in a good way once the playoffs start."
Besides Curry staying in Oakland to heal his right ankle, the Warriors also nursed absences to four key reserves in Andre Iguodala (left wrist sprain), David West (right arm cyst), Jordan Bell (right ankle sprain) and Patrick McCaw (fractured left wrist).
"We're a little banged up, but we'll be fine. It happens," Green said. "It's tough when you're missing that many key guys. Those guys will get back."
I'm fighting through it," said Young, "I'm trying to do whatever I can to be out there on the court."
"Some plays I could have just slowed down and figured things out, but it just shows you that I'm excited to be out there playing," he said.
"We won, that's the only thing I care about, we won — and that goes on the resume," he said. "I'm back in the NBA, and it's about keep working. Of course I'm not going to get it all in one night, or a week, or whatever, but as long as we make it to the playoffs, I think my (game) will be fine.
"But it's not about me, it's about the team. As long as we go far, I'm going to be happy."