Golden State Warriors legend Steph Curry reflected on the prospect of retirement, asserting that while he contemplates it, he remains focused on the present.

Curry, who recently made his 10th NBA All-Star Game appearance, acknowledged the inevitability of retirement but emphasized his current commitment to the game.

“Think about it all the time,” Curry admitted. “But the thoughts stop because you got to get ready for the next game and you know there’s a routine and a cycle that goes that you embrace the now. Eventually you’ll get to a point where you’ll wake up and whatever your body is telling you, whatever your mind is telling you, it’s time. But I don’t think I’m anywhere close to that to that.”

With an average of 28 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 5 assists per game, the 35-year-old sharpshooter remains a dominant force on the court.