Stephen Curry Sees Himself as a Lifelong Member of Golden State Warriors

Ethan Norof@ethan_norofCorrespondent IJune 5, 2013

Stephen Curry signed a four-year, $44 million contract extension with the Golden State Warriors during the 2012-13 NBA season, and now we know that he has no intention of going anywhere for the duration of his career.

When asked by Tom Sorensen of the Charlotte Observer if he can see himself playing with a different uniform on, Curry offered the following:

"I can't."

He didn't just stop there, either.

"I know that not many players can play their whole career for one team in one city. I don't see a better place to play."

Curry wants to be the leader of the upstart Warriors team, and who can blame him? With guys like Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes as his supporting cast, Golden State's future looks incredibly bright. 

Although he was snubbed from the All-Star team in the regular season, Curry had an absolutely spectacular regular season, posting career-high marks in points (22.9), assists (6.9) and three-pointers made per game (3.5).

The Warriors have an insanely talented 25-year-old superstar to build around, and he's embraced the team and his city the same way each has embraced him.

Remember when some were questioning whether or not the four-year extension he received was a good idea?

They don't have those same questions now.

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