Steph Curry’s trainer says the two-time MVP ‘got a lot left’ in his NBA career

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Steph Curry will be ready to compete at the start of next season and help the Golden State Warriors extend their title window for a few more seasons.

Curry’s trainer Brandon Payne believes he has a lot left in the tank, despite completing ten seasons in his NBA career.

During an interview with NBC Sports’ Tom Haberstroh on The Habershow podcast last week, Payne said Curry’s body hasn’t reached its peak yet.

“He’s a young 32,” Payne said via NBC Sports Bay Area’s Drew Shiller. “He’s still gaining strength, he’s still gaining power, he’s still getting faster. Those aren’t things you see out of guys that are 32 years old. He’s still refining movement patterns, and all athletes develop at different speeds.”

The Warriors’ superstar was limited to five appearances in the 2019-2020 season due to a hand injury early in the season. During Curry’s previous full season, the two-time MVP posted 27.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game. 

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