The Warriors are currently top of the NBA Western Conference and are two games ahead of the Denver Nuggets.
Earlier in the season, however, the Warriors struggled and went on a four-game losing streak after off-court issues.
Kevin Durant and Draymond Green clashed on court against the LA Clippers, as the Warriors lost in overtime.
Green reportedly called Durant out for the uncertainty surrounding his future, and said: “We don’t need you. Leave”.
The former defensive player of the year was suspended for one game, before returning to the lineup to face the Houston Rockets, but the Warriors were blown out by 21 points.
Durant is expected to leave the franchise at the end of the season as a free agent, with Klay Thompson also out of contract this summer, and Curry revealed that it is tough to deal with the speculation around free agency.
“Once you get to that championship level, you understand what that feels like to be the best in the world at something,” he said to ESPN-owned site The Undefeated.
“My whole motivation, and my process [back then], was really identifying with the underdog mentality.
“Now, it’s an entirely different experience from one that I had and love, but I love it now too.”
Curry, the 2016 NBA Most Valuable Player, spoke about the relationship between the team and the media, which came to a boil last week as Durant called out several reporters for inaccurate reports about his future.
“Now, when we’re trying to go for three [championships] in a row, there’s media drama, free-agency drama, inner-squad stuff we’re going through,” Curry continued.
“It’s all because we’ve been at the height of our game and people will try to pick us apart, trying to find cracks in the armour.
“It’s because we’re playing for something that matters.
“I love being in that situation every year — and I hope that doesn’t end anytime soon.”