In his time with the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry has established himself as one of the greatest basketball players in the game. The Warriors will take on the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals, and he’s hoping to win his fourth NBA championship this season.
Despite the fact that Curry was scheduled to be picked by the New York Knicks in 2009, Knicks supporters still appear to be enraged by this. Before the NBA Finals, Curry made things even more difficult for Knicks supporters by answering questions from the media.
In spite of the team’s assurances that they would take him, the Warriors swooped in and took him. The 34-year-old point guard has now reminded the world of how he should have been playing in New York.
How Warriors had snatched Curry from Knicks’ hands
“There was a lot in that question. What did I think about the organization? I didn’t think much about it. I was growing up on the East Coast, so I watched games but all I really knew is the ‘We Believe’ team and the Baron Davis dunk and them beating Dallas.
“That was top of mind. I knew about Run TMC, but didn’t really understand the history as much. When I got drafted, I thought I was going to New York, and didn’t really have Golden State on the radar at all.”