Jason Terry refuses to call Warriors a 'superteam' just yet

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The already talented Golden State Warriors may have just added nine-time All-Star Kevin Durant to their roster, but free-agent guard and 2011 NBA champion Jason Terry isn't ready to label them a superteam just yet.

The 38-year-old stated that while the Warriors may have two superstars on the roster, many of the teams of the 1970s and '80s were also loaded with talent.

"If you look at the history of the NBA - Lew Alcindor, Oscar Robertson, Kareem (Abdul-Jabbar), Magic (Johnson) - every team in the league back in the day had two or three superstars," Terry told Yardbarker. "But you weren't calling them superteams."

For Terry, superteams aren't formed on paper, but are created after years of success.

"I think it's more about the way they play," Terry added. "For me, San Antonio is a superteam. They won five championships with (Tony) Parker, (Manu) Ginobili, and (Tim) Duncan."

While Terry may appear overly critical of Golden State, he isn't doubting the team's potential, stating that it has the makeup to one day become one of the greatest teams in NBA history.

"They do have two guys that have won the MVP. So they are starting to form a superteam as we speak."

- With h/t to Bleacher Report

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