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Maybe looking ahead more than a week isn’t a very wise thing to do with somebody as injury-prone as Stephen Curry, but this is still nice thing for Warriors fans to hear coming from the mouth of everybody’s favorite Steve.
From Tom Sorensen of the Charlotte Observer:
I ask him Tuesday if he can see himself playing for a team other than Golden State.
“I can’t,” he says.
Curry talks about the four-year $44 million extension he signed seven months ago that kicks in next season. He’ll be 29 when the contract expires.
“I know that not many players play their whole career for one team in one city,” says Curry. “I don’t see a better place to play.”
What else would you expect him to say? “Yeah, I love playing for the Warriors now, but when my contract’s up, all bets are off. TRYNA GET DEM RINGS.” That would be hilarious to hear coming from Curry, but let’s be real. Not Curry’s style.
Right now the only thing that matters is Curry is locked in with the team for the next four seasons
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Before coming across this Vine video, I didn’t know that Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry had any tattoos to begin with.
However, Stephen had one tattoo on his left wrist that says “TTC 30″ (TTC stands for Trust, Commitment, Care) and in the below clip, Steph is shown getting a new tattoo with a Hebrew saying, “Love Never Fails” on his inner right wrist:
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Steph Curry got his second tattoo (that we know of) and posted a Vine video on Thursday of him getting it done. The Golden State Warriors guard got some ink on his inner right wrist, and it’s a message written in Hebrew. According to LBS translator Sweet Howie T., the basic translation of the tattoo [...]
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