Steph Curry has been excellent this season leading the young Golden State Warriors to the play-in tournament with 16 games remaining for the end of the regular season.
Despite the several ups and downs this year, Curry is proving himself as a leader of a young team without his ‘splash brother’ Klay Thompson alongside him this season.
The Warriors’ superstar visit ESPN’s The Jump to share his thoughts on his current form, his future with the Warriors and Klay Thompson’s recovery.
(via Bleacher Report)
“There’s a reverence for that club,” Curry said of finishing his career with the Warriors. “You never know what could happen, obviously, but I feel like that’s always been something that would mean so much to me.”
Curry has been on a tear in the last nine games averaging 38.2 points on nearly 54.5-percent shooting from the field. The Warriors are on a 28-28 record being in the run for a play-in spot.