The Warriors, who emerge from the All-Star break having gone just 7-9 in their last 16 games, including disappointing home losses to Charlotte, Washington and Minnesota, remain aggressive in their search to bolster their bench, league sources confirmed. But the team is not expected to go over the luxury tax threshold to do so. But star guard Stephen Curry told Sporting News this weekend that he does not believe the Warriors need to make further additions. Golden State has made one trade already this year, acquiring guard Jordan Crawford from the Celtics. “We already made moves and tried to boost our bench,” Curry said. “It’s just about guys getting comfortable with each other. Obviously, we played a lot of games, but as you get to more serious crunch-time situations, we have our go-to play calls and who is going to be on the floor and being able to feed off each other. "We have gone through a tough, tough patch and we have learned a little bit about ourselves, and, hopefully, we will make those adjustments.” Crawford, though, has been a disappointment for the Warriors, averaging 6.3 points on 38.6 percent shooting from the field and 28.0 percent from the 3-point line. The Warriors have been open to replacing Crawford altogether via trade, but have also considered bringing in a forward.