Warriors general manager Bob Myers traveled to the East Coast for the team's current road trip.
With Golden State playing in Brooklyn on Sunday, Myers joined "The Woj Pod" for a conversation with ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
One question from Woj: "What do you have no tolerance for? Is there something that you've just said, 'I will not allow that.'"
Myers' response: "There's a couple things I don't like. I don't like arrogance and I don't like selfish -- people that think they're more than the whole team. One thing I've heard about San Antonio -- that I think is true -- they tell their players, or anybody that works there, that you have to get over yourself. And I think that's great. It's not about one person. And when it ever does become about one person, I think that everyone suffers.
"The team is the most important thing. You're a part of that -- whatever part you play in our team is to serve the team and the goals and to win. And when that happens, you'll get your own individual accolades, or whatever you're hoping to obtain. But when I see someone that tries to step outside of that a little bit and says, 'What about me?' Whether it's deflecting blame or having credit, I just don't like that.
"I just don't subscribe to one person doing anything by themselves. It's not true."
The Warriors' general manager must be referring to arrogance off the court, because Steve Kerr has repeatedly said that Steph Curry is "incredibly arrogant on the floor and humble off the court."
We deserve some clarification Mr. Myers... (kidding, of course).
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller