The Golden State Warriors have been led by Stephen Curry for over a decade, and they’ll likely be blessed with him in the Bay Area until he retires.
Having won three of the last five titles, the Golden State Warriors have created a dynasty in the NBA. It’s one that should continue to span well into the future with the three-man core of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green locked up for the foreseeable future.
Curry, who was drafted in the 2009 draft with the 7th overall selection, was originally a star guard at a lesser-known Davidson program.
Always overlooked, Curry, being a dominant guard from a smaller college, paved the way for players like Damian Lillard to also be picked at the top of their respective drafts.
Only playing for the Warriors in all of his eleven NBA seasons, Curry has seen both the ups and downs associated with life in the NBA. After all, it wasn’t really until that 2014-2015 breakout season that he was considered a superstar in the league.
Now, one of the most-famed players in the NBA, Curry will likely stay with the Golden State Warriors until the day he retires, a potential win-win for both sides.
That said, let’s dive into three reasons why Stephen Curry will always be a Warrior.