Stephen Curry Rumors

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Stephen Curry
Stephen Curry
Position: G
Born: 03/14/88
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:185 lbs. / 83.9 kg.
Salary: $40,231,758
Would you be okay playing with or against a guy that you knew tested positive for COVID19?” “Curry: Oh that’d be tough. I mean, that’s one of the things that you’re having to address because that is a real scenario. If you try to play and there is no vaccine, there’s no way to really guarantee nobody’s going to get it. I think if you are at a place where everybody says yeah we’re ready to play and then they know what they’re committing to. And if not, it doesn’t make sense, then you won’t see a ball bounce.”
Storyline: Coronavirus
In addition to Draymond Green — “doesn’t need the ball in his hands” — an Eastern Conference GM also believes Steph Curry would a great fit alongside Jordan. “[Curry] proved he has enough of a deferential mindset to play with another superstar when he got KD,” the GM said. Speaking of Kevin Durant, he was the player who the GMs most believed wouldn’t be able to make things work with Jordan. “There’s only one guy who wouldn’t willingly move over and be No. 2 — KD,” a different Eastern Conference GM said. “He’d struggle playing with Michael. Too sensitive, and he’d want to shoot all the balls. If Michael yelled at him for missing too many shots, he wouldn’t have liked it.”
“We’re in a very unique situation, we’re so new to each other,” Curry said. “So many new faces that this year was always about trying to get to know each other, the “bridge year,” trying to get back on top. Obviously, with injuries and all the rest, so that flowed right into this suspension where it’s been hard, to be honest. The thing about the stuff we were talking about earlier, from a family perspective and your close circles, and now as a parent, there’s a lot of time that’s invested in those relationships, and from a work standpoint, I’m so used to having that drive to the practice facility, and the four to five to six hours we’re at the gym, where it’s just kind of natural conversation, and you start to get to know people over time, because you really can’t force that stuff. And so that’s kinda taken away. It’s been difficult.”
If the NBA resumes its 2019-2020 season without spectators in attendance, TV viewers could be in for a very different kind of experience and broadcasters might have their work cut out monitoring players’ trash-talking. Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night, Golden State Warriors superstar guard Steph Curry told the host what spectators may hear while watching the game. “It would be raw,” the three-time champion said. “This would take it to a whole another level to just pure insanity of what we say on the court, what, you know, that trash talk that happens, even myself taking part in it.”
Storyline: Season Resuming?