Where Steve Curry will be, the Warriors’ Big Three after 20 years, per Steve Curry


over the past decade, The Big Three from Steve Curry’s WarriorsAnd Klay Thompson and Draymond Green have been through their highs and lows together. injuries. tears. Doubt. Six NBA Finals games. Four championships.


While the Golden State last title proved That trio still gets it And it’s not going anywhere anytime soon, the truth is that this strain will eventually die out.

When that happens, Warriors coach Steve Kerr has an idea of ​​what the future might hold for each of his star players.

Kerr sat down with NBC Sports Bay Area Warriors reporter Dalton Johnson and predicted where he’d see Curry, Thompson, and Green 20 years from now.

“Draymond is going to coach in the NBA,” Kerr said without hesitation. “He’s going to get away from playing. He’s retired. He’s going to go on TV for a while and be very successful. And then he’s going to get bored because he’s going to miss the competition, so he’s going to go as a coach.”

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While all three players are known for their competitiveness, Green is the most outspoken of the group and his passion for the game is unparalleled.

Green, 32, always Youth training On the team were Jonathan Cuminga and James Wiseman, who Green credited for his constant guidance and direction.

However, his love for the game transcends the floor. His podcast, The Draymond Green Show, was proof of this as Green takes his knowledge of the field and shares it with the world through a microphone.

He also made sporadic appearances on TNT’s “Inside the NBA” show through his multi-year deal with Turner Sports.

But as Kerr mentioned, Green’s competitive fire can make it hard for him not to get back in the game in some form or form down the road.

Green Coach has a nice ring to it.

For Carey, 34, Kerr’s prediction seems to hold.

“Steve will be on the Senior Tour, playing golf,” Kerr said firmly.

Curry is the greatest 3-point shooter ever and single-handedly changed the game of basketball. But he always showed his love for golf. And it’s good too.

Curry is a regular competitor in the American Championship of the Century and has made several appearances on the Korn Ferry Tour.

The cross-sport star has been added to PGA 2K23 as a playable character in the video game.

It wouldn’t be surprising if Curry took his talents from the basketball court to the golf course, and became successful there as well.

While all of Kerr’s predictions sound like possible future outcomes, his prediction of Thompson’s future is almost a foregone conclusion.

“And Clay will sail around the world and no one will be able to find him,” Kerr said.

If there’s anything Thompson loves more than basketball, it’s the ocean. After back-to-back lower leg injuries kept him from the court for more than two years, he turned to the ocean and boated the long, long road to recovery alongside his furry best friend Rocco.

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However, the focus is on the last part of what Kerr said.

Nobody will be able to find it.

Thompson has never been someone who cares too much for attention, and he tries to be as cool as a professional athlete can be. After retiring from the NBA, whenever possible, there’s probably a good chance Thompson will voluntarily fall off the map while he continues to live his best life.

In the end, there’s really no telling what the future holds for the big Warriors trilogy. Whatever the case, there is no doubt that Dub Nation will never forget what they accomplished together in the Bay.

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