Paul George is one of the best players in the NBA.
He's confident that the Warriors will be able to seamlessly assimilate Kevin Durant into the mix.
As long as they sacrifice.
"I think they both are going to have to be willing to give up something," George told Marcus Thompson of the Bay Area News Group. "But they are both unselfish players, so it will definitely work."
It isn't just Curry and Durant who will have to sacrifice.
Klay Thompson is a two-time All-Star and two-time Third-Team All-NBA selection.
Draymond Green has finished runner-up for Defensive Player of the Year the past two seasons and finished seventh in the MVP voting last year.
"You can't forget what Klay brings and what Draymond brings," George added. "With those four guys, you can't have an alpha. Everybody has to be willing to give up something for that team."
Durant was the MVP in 2014 and has four scoring titles on his resume. He's still young (turns 28 in September), but he is entering his 10th NBA season.
At this point of his career, it's all about capturing a title and hoisting the Larry O'Brien trophy.
"As you get older and older, that's all you really want to do," Durant told BANG. "I want to be a part of being a great teammate and leaving a long-lasting impact on my teammates for the rest of our lives. That's my whole goal."