It's clear he doesn't feel all that comfortable in the Gay Area and he seems like the type who'd want to move back where it all started.
What are the odds of him coming home in 2018?
Other than the 3.5 million dollar house he bought in the Oakland hills, but please continue to think he'll end up coming home, not like he doesn't have the money to go out and see his team whenever he wants to
And the Hornets have a good young core, not to mention an emotional connection that Curry has toward, unlike the Warriors
He's a North Carolinian first and foremost.
The Heat had dynasty potential as well, but LeBron went home. The same will happen with Curry
lol im legit worried about this to be honest
i hope he sticks around though, dubs got a nice future if he sticks around. if he doesn't i hope barnes can turn himself into an elite scorer. i can see him being one tbqh
I mean the warriors should think about this as a realistic possibility
There is more to life than rings, and we have to assume the money will be the same as well once the cap goes up.
Curry will have a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a hero to the very people he grew up with. Staying with the Warriors will not be practical, like LMA staying with the Blazers wasn't practical just because they drafted him
Athletes have trended toward going home lately, and I see Curry doing just that
Once the Panthers win the Super Bowl, Curry's hometown will be considered a hotspot. He'll jump and Charlotte will be unstoppable, with Cam and Curry, plus Jordan as an owner. Charlotte is also hosting the All Star game in 2017
Yeah, not to mention that Curry has little or no loyalty to the Bay Area or the Warriors
What evidence has been shown that Curry would want to stay with such a shit franchise like the Warriors, when going home is such an attractive proposition?
>Bron on the Decline
>Warriors players will start getting bigger contracts with other teams (Barnes hasn't gotten a deal, some team will offer him #1 option money)
>Yeah, not to mention that Curry has little or no loyalty to the Bay Area or the Warriors
Lol bruh you acting like he already left or even came out blatantly and said hes leaving
>all these crumby bum ass teamfans getting excited over nothing
the thing about curry there is no lie or front about him. i'm sure lacob and myers have addressed him about this, bet they're willing to pay him too. not only that but i dont see curry bailing on a team with chances to make history and win.
and that means he has no loyalty to the warriors
>He's a North Carolinian first and foremost.
You are so fucking dumb
This. They'll lose Barnes this summer, but he isn't very important anyway. As long Curry, Klay, and Draymond are together, they're going to be an elite team. And as long as GS is an elite team, Curry isn't going anywhere.
The Panther's already have a massive bandwagon following. Could that city handle even another bandwagon if Curry showed up?
Yeah man once you buy a house, you can never leave that house. So yeah, Curry is stuck their forever. Looks like us Charlotians have to just hope Dyler Hansdodo becomes a great talent.
I support this notion, but only because I want Durant to come home to D.C. this offseason
As a Cavs fan, I can't wait to bandwagon the curry-hornets. I'm sick of being a fan of this team always losing in the finals. Once Lebron is gone and curry goes home I can finally switch teams again
I'm not so delusional as to think it's likely he comes home, but damn having him and Cam, as well as the legacy of Jordan, would be really fucking great for Charlotte and the Carolinas in general.
Probably. Most definitely, actually. Charlotte is filled with WASPs that are either well-educated college students (of which they are primarily cbb fans) or rich bankers. A good Hornets team would get a big bandwagon following in the city.
They also have a pretty interesting color scheme. People would buy it.
He'll leave if the warriors management disrespects him with shit money when his contract comes up, if they collapse his team, or when he's in that twilight phase of his prime.
He aint leaving unless something drastic happens.
You're an idiot. Curry is obviously passionate about his hometown football team which has nothing to do with basketball. You're hopes of him coming to N.C. professionally are wishful thinking at its worst.
I don't see Cam wearing Hawks gear, I see him with Jordan and Hornets shit.
>curry gets traded
>suddenly massive amount of hornets shit-posting
i think i'm pretty good at not being autistic/raging at things for no reason, but there's something deeply annoying to me about "being a fan of a player"
You guys know that once you live in the South, a part of you will always be pining to be back south.
That's why anyone who isn't a complete moron can see that Curry will be pining to come back home
I live in Charlotte. I attend ~10 bugs games a year. I go to four panthers games a year. I watched curry play at Davidson. And even I am not enough of a Homer to think he would come here. He is part of one of the best teams of all time. He would be an idiot to leave that. This is pure speculation, he may come her but not until he's 35 and a B minus roleplayer. You're an idiot OP
You think the West Coast appreciates Steph Curry on an emotional level like he is in the South?
Not to mention that Black people are fleeing the West Coast by the millions, so he feels insanely uncomfortable out there
>You now remember "Dell Curry night" aka the Hornets attempt to butter Steph up
>Selling "Dell" Hornets jerseys when it could literally double as a Steph Hornets jersey
Yeah, and Steph took it well.
I don't think Steph is all that happy playing for the Warriors. You can tell he wants to come back home.
If it wasn't for the incredibly stacked team that the Warriors are, he would be home already
None of you guys are Southerners so you don't get why Steph Curry is attached to home more than most other athletes are
Steph Curry and his wife are both heavily religious
They dont make a fuss about it right now, for PR purposes, but you can bet that neither of them enjoy living in America's largest hub of homosexuality
If the Hornets can assemble the pieces to resemble a title contender, Steph will be there as soon as his contract is up
I think the Hornets are trending in the right direction
Steph can either be known as a ring chaser in NBA history and a traitor to his home town - OR - come home and build a legacy unlike any other player ever.
Curry is a nigger who only cares about himself and those immediately around him.
He's not a man looking to help is community, black peoples, Carolina, or even his greater legacy like Lebron.
Heck, he has a better chance going back to Cleveland than Carolina.