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Monday, August 20th, 2012 at 1:34 pm  |  8 responses

Polladaday: Steph Curry’s Extension?

The Golden State Warriors are clearly wavering on whether or not to give Stephen Curry a multi-year contract extension—do you think they should do it, or is the guard’s injury past too much of a red flag?

Should the Warriors give Stephen Curry a long-term extension?

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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdiFH6BcSUE IAMORANGE4EVER

    Re-sign that kid!

  • robb

    he’s a special player. It’ll be worth it.

  • i_ball

    he’s a shooter, no injury can take that away:)

  • greg

    i wouldnt wanna be that gm who makes this decision. if you sign him now, you can get a good price on him because of his ankles, but he might end up being grant hill 2.0. If you dont resign him now,he might get hurt, and the gm looks smart for not signing him, or he could ball outta control to get that max deal and now they have an injury prone player on a max deal. so they should sign him now and keep that amnesty ready

  • http://Roosterteeth.com Caboose

    2 years $22mil. Kid gets paid and the Warriors aren’t hampered long term if he doesn’t pan out.

  • IGGI

    Now that the ankle had plenty of time to realy heal, he gonna be great. As a Warriors fan from the Bay Area I say HELL YEA sign #30!!!

  • LA Huey

    With the new CBA, I’d rather trade away or let a potential All-Star walk than pay a dude to get the best parking spots.

  • http://staticseth.blogspot.com/ Seth

    Way too risky for big money. It wouldn’t surprise me if Curry AND Bogut both miss significant time this season.

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