Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is one of the current faces of the League, but last season, NBA fans were all but unable to watch him light up defenses with his distinctive deep shooting.
A two-time NBA MVP, Curry only played five games in the 2019-20 season after breaking his non-shooting hand. It was just one of four seasons in which Curry didn’t play at least 70 games.
While playing golf on TNT’s “The Match” on Friday, Curry discussed the upcoming season and his pent-up excitement (via NBC Sports’ Alex Didion):
“I’m ready to roll. Nice and rested. We’ve got a great opportunity to come back strong. We’re excited to get back out there and compete.”
Before Klay Thompson tore his Achilles, the Warriors were considered a power in the Western Conference. Even with Thompson out for thee 2020-21 season, there’s still a chance when the Warriors come out and play.
It’ll be revenge season.