Stephen Curry does not think the Golden State Warriors are going to have trouble sharing the ball. They added one of the most dominant and prolific scorers on the planet, and that will be an adjustment, but he had a succinct, smooth response when ESPN's Hannah Storm asked him how to solve the problem of having four All-Stars and one basketball.

"We got a lot of IQ on our team and I know we have a lot of unselfish guys that will figure it out," Curry said on the ESPYs red carpet on Wednesday. "We might have to change up the roles a little bit, but for the most part, when we have fun doing what we do and relying on each other and playing together, I think that's when the beautiful basketball happens. So we'll be able to hopefully transition to that very quickly."

Curry has not changed his tune -- he still thinks that the Warriors will be challenged. He said that there is "nothing easy about it," and when Storm brought up commissioner Adam Silver's comments about super teams being bad for the NBA, he pointed out that they lost players, too.

"I mean, I'm not going to complain about it," Curry said. "I know for a fact that it's going to be a different look. We have obviously lost some key guys: Harrison Barnes, [Andrew] Bogut, Mo Speights, Leandro Barbosa, guys that meant a lot to us and our success. So we gave up a lot to gain KD, but we're going to be a different team. At the end of the day, there's nothing guaranteed in this league. I know we want to avoid that kind of situation. We have to go out and play and it's gonna be a tough task."

Curry is walking a bit of a tightrope here, but it's the same thing that everyone on a truly stacked team has to do. He and his Golden State teammates should be extremely confident about making this work, and they should realize that they have the potential to become a dynasty. On the other hand, they have to avoid complacency and prepare for adversity. Curry knows as well as anybody that, even when a championship seems inevitable, it must be earned.

The Warriors have by far the most talent in the NBA, and they will be massive favorites to win the title. They also appear to have the right system and the right culture to avoid the problems that can sink super teams. Curry is completely correct about their unselfishness, and that is part of why Durant chose to go there in the first place.