Report: Warriors Denied Stephen Curry a No-Trade Clause

by November 02, 2017

The Golden State Warriors inked Stephen Curry to a five-year, $201 million contract extension this summer, but reportedly wouldn’t grant the two-time MVP the no-trade clause he pushed for.

Curry was also told no when he asked that the final year of the pact be a player option.

So, yes, the Dubs could in theory trade Curry—thereby netting him a 15% “trade kicker”—before his current contract expires.

Per The Athletic (via NBCS Bay Area):

“He didn’t get the no-trade clause or the player option he wanted.”

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