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Stephen Curry Says Hornets ARE JUST NBA Team Besides Warriors He’d Desire to Play For

Stephen Curry (AP Photo/Jed Jacobsohn)

Stephen Curry said there’s only 1 NBAteam he’d prefer to play for if his tenure with the Golden StateWarriors ever found a finish: the Charlotte Hornets.

Curry, who played high schoolbasketball at Charlotte Christian School, made the declarationwhile receiving the main element to the town of Charlotte on Thursday (viaAndrei de Guzman of TalkBasket).

The four-time NBA champion reiteratedhis commitment to the Warriors, saying he’s always wished to “finishmy career at Golden State due to how much this means, and theexperiences and teammates and the journey we have been [on],” beforediscussing Charlotte.

“Everybody asks me, ‘You wanna playone year for the Hornets and keep coming back?’ I’m not breaking anynews at this time, I’m not making any promises,” Curry said. “AllI would say is if there is a team that I did so desire to play for thatwas not named the Warriors, that might be it.”

Together with his previous amount of time in NorthCarolina, there are some other reasons the near future Hall of Famer couldbe thinking about landing with the Hornets.

First, his father Dell played 10seasons with the franchise (1988-98) during their own playing career, amove that happened soon after Steph was created in Ohio in March 1988while his dad was suiting up for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Second, NBA legend JORDAN isthe majority owner of the Hornets. Curry recently explained how hetries to utilize exactly the same leadership techniques as MJ did during his dynasticrun with the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s:

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Steph raised a MJ quote from THE FINAL Dance doc when asked about their own personal leadership style. He(JORDAN) never asked anybody on his team or in the business to do whatever he wouldnt do himself.

Yet, regardless of the connections toCharlotte, it’s hard to assume Curry shifting from the Warriors.

He’s built a particular environment inGolden State alongside longtime teammates Klay Thompson and Draymond Green,also it will be quite fitting should they play another couple of yearstogether before walking off in to the sunset.

Needless to say, a similar thing was saidabout the San Antonio Spurs’ legendary trio of Tim Duncan, TonyParker and Manu Ginobili, but sometimes the off-ramp of a decorated career canget complicated.

Parker ultimately left San Antonio in 2018. Where did he play his final season? In Charlottewith the Hornets.

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