The Golden State Warriors have been treated to great success for more than a decade.
This organization had a dynastic run similar to the New England Patriots, a run that still seems to be ongoing.
When Steph Curry is on the floor, the Warriors always seem like they have a chance to win games, and a chance to go deep into the playoffs.
Curry is one of the most beloved players in franchise history.
His combination of on-court prowess and off-field charitable contributions are noted by many across the league, but especially within his own organization.
In a recent conversation on a local Bay Area radio show, “The Game,” Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob talked about Curry’s impact.
“What he’s done for the organization, I can’t even put into words,” Lacob said.
Joe Lacob on Stephen Curry: “What he’s done for the organization, I can’t even put into words… How much I admire him, respect him. He is a phenomenal human being… I want him to be with us, our organization for a very, very long time. Even beyond his playing years.”
— 95.7 The Game (@957thegame) October 18, 2023
Curry is a four-time NBA champion, a two-time league MVP, and, among other accolades, is the greatest three-point shooter in NBA history.
He broke Ray Allen’s record of career three-pointers, a number that will keep climbing as long as he plays.
While Curry has been instrumental to the Warriors’ success and to the significant growth of the NBA, his on-court impact could be drawing to a close.
He is 35 years old, making him one of the oldest current players in the league.
Curry hasn’t lost many steps to this point, but retirement is getting closer by the day.
When he does retire, it appears that he’ll have an open invitation to work with the Warriors in some capacity.NEXT: Steph Curry Reveals His Admiration For Steve Kerr