Barring any 'curveballs,' Stephen Curry plans to re-sign with Warriors this summer
Curry can't see himself playing for any other team, and why would he?
The Warriors are in the midst of a 12-game winning streak, have the best offense in the league, an improving defense, a Defensive Player of the Year candidate in Draymond Green and the best record in the league. Things are golden in Golden State, which is why Curry likely won't be leaving anytime soon.
Curry will become a free agent this summer, and since he is currently woefully underpaid, he is due for a significant raise. But the lure of a big-time offer from another team likely won't sway Curry. He wants to remain in Golden State.
Although he says "curveballs happen all the time," it should relieve millions of people in the Bay Area that Curry feels that he is home. "It's hard to see myself anywhere else," he says.
It would have to be the curviest of curveballs to make Curry leave the Warriors. Plus Curry has been saying for quite some now he wants to re-sign. Which is merely one of the many reasons why it is very hard to see Curry leaving a perfect situation in Golden State.
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