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Stephen Curry | Guard | #30

Team: Golden State Warriors
Age / DOB:  (28) / 3/14/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 190
College: Davidson
Drafted: 2009 / Rd. 1 (7) / GS
Contract: view contract details

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When asked about Stephen Curry's health, coach Steve Kerr said it's important to get him rest.
We don't have the full context here, but it's an interesting comment to make in September. In the regular season, Curry only missed one game in the 2016 portion of the season and six games in the postseason. With the Warriors less likely to chase 73 wins, the probability of Curry getting some rest late does increase. He's still a top-four pick regardless for standard leagues. Sep 21 - 6:00 PM

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Stephen Curry said that he still hasn't gotten over the Warrior's Game 7 loss to the Cavaliers during last year's Finals.

"That’s something that will stay with me pretty much forever, for good and bad reasons," said Curry. "Obviously you hated the feeling, but it’s also a motivator to come back even stronger and try not to have that feeling again. I’m at that point now where I can try to fuel any kind of terrible nightmares or thoughts about Game 7 into motivation for how I’m going to prepare myself for this year." Curry could see a minor dip in production as he concedes some touches to Kevin Durant this year, but he'll still make for a quality top-3 selection on draft day.
Source: USA Today
Sep 21 - 1:04 PM

Stephen Curry said that the only goal for the Warriors this upcoming season will be to win a championship, but earning 74 wins isn't necessarily a part of their game plan.

It would certainly be something to see the Dubs hit the record mark for the most wins in NBA history in back-to-back seasons, but it doesn't sound like that will be a priority for Golden State, and Steve Kerr could be a little bit more aggressive with the prescribed rest days this upcoming season. As for Curry, fears of him conceding touches to Kevin Durant could cause him to fall a bit on draft day, but no one should be worried about investing a top-3 pick in the two time MVP.
Sep 7 - 10:23 AM

Stephen Curry said that his game "won't change at all" with Kevin Durant on his team this season.

"That's the reason KD joined -- knowing we weren't going to sacrifice anything, that we all have to be ourselves to make things work," said Curry. "There will be some adjustments when it comes to the in-game flow and how we work together." Curry is likely to cede some touches to Durant, no matter what he says, and he admitted that he isn't quite 100 percent healthy, but he remains a can't miss pick on draft day.
Sep 4 - 9:53 PM

Stephen Curry (knee) said that he's still not 100 percent healthy.

Curry has used most of the summer to get his health in order and prepare for the year ahead, but he added that he still has a little bit of work to do before and into training camp prior to being ready to let it fly. We're not worried about Curry's health, and you shouldn't be either. He may no longer be a consensus No. 1 pick with Kevin Durant in the fold, but Curry is still a slam dunk top-five fantasy selection on draft day.
Source: ESPN
Sep 3 - 3:52 PM

Golden State head coach Steve Kerr admitted the Warriors changed their game plan in the playoffs to account for Stephen Curry's knee injury.

While Kerr said Curry's injury wasn't anything serious enough to consider shutting down the team's star, he did admit the Warriors did have to adjust their plans. "We made a few adjustments in terms of play-calling and actions that we tried to run," Kerr said. "But there's only so much of that you can do. It's still about flow and rhythm and pace. We tried a few different things - and let's not forget, he was phenomenal in a few games." While this is an interesting tidbit, it won't affect the reigning MVP's status as a top-5 pick in standard fantasy leagues for 2016-17.
Source: CBS Sports
Aug 11 - 12:47 PM

The NBPA voted Stephen Curry as the toughest guy to guard in the league.

Curry also took home the "Clutch Performer" and "MVP" award, and Golden State was voted as the team with the "Best Home Court Advantage." Curry likely won't be averaging 30.1 points per game this upcoming season with Kevin Durant now in Golden State, but he should still be able to flirt with top-5 value in standard leagues.
Aug 4 - 5:04 PM

The Spurs will target Stephen Curry when he becomes an unrestricted free agent during the 2017 offseason, according to Ric Bucher of Bleacher Report.

Yes, we've reached the point in the offseason where reporters are manufacturing the Superstar-X will be pursued by Club-Y report. Roughly 29 other NBA teams will be in pursuit of Curry when he hits the open market in 2017, but unless something goes insanely wrong with Kevin Durant, it's difficult to see Bob Myers losing Curry as a free agent. Additionally, the Warriors will be able to offer Curry the most money as a free agent, and that signing will more than likely be a historically high number.
Source: Soundcloud
Aug 3 - 9:47 AM

Stephen Curry said that he "wasn't too happy" having to withdraw from the 2016 Olympic Games.

"I wasn't too happy with the situation of having to pull out of the Games," said Curry. "When I got hurt in the playoffs and knew that the recovery time over the course of summer was going to be important for me to get ready for next year." Curry opting out of Rio is probably music to fantasy owners’ ears, as he just didn't look quite right during Golden State's postseason run. He'll be conceding some touches to Kevin Durant this upcoming season, but he should still flirt with top-5 value.
Jul 21 - 6:16 PM

The Warriors are planning to have Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson board a plane in a effort to pitch Kevin Durant, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.

According to Stein's report, the Warriors "increasingly believe" they can persuade KD based on how the Warriors fell short in the NBA Finals. If the can bring on Durant, that would mean Harrison Barnes and Festus Ezeli would be gone while they might have to unload Andrew Bogut or Andre Iguodala. Giddy up.
Jun 24 - 11:53 PM

Warriors GM Bob Myers confirmed that Stephen Curry (knee) will not require offseason surgery.

Curry was also dealing with ankle and elbow injuries in the Finals, but none of his ailments seem to have long-term implications. The reigning MVP has decided to skip the Olympics to rest and he should be fully healthy entering training camp, which is great news for fantasy owners who land the No. 1 pick in their drafts.
Jun 22 - 8:34 PM

Stephen Curry said he's not planning on having any offseason surgeries.

The MVP dealt with a lot of bumps and bruises this season, including injuries to his shoulder, elbow, knee and ankle. Curry has played in at least 78 games in each of his last four seasons, but he missed six games during the playoffs and wasn't 100 percent for most of their run. He will be coming off the board at No. 1 next year in fantasy drafts.
Jun 20 - 5:09 PM

Stephen Curry said that it hurts to lose the Finals after a historic 73-win regular season.

"Did something no team's done before. Fell short in the last game of the season. It hurts," Curry said. "It wasn't easy what we accomplished, and it's not an easy pill to swallow what we didn't accomplish. So you've got to take the good with the bad, understand that we hopefully will have many more opportunities to fight for championships and be on this stage because it is what it's all about." Curry's performance in the playoffs didn't compare to his incredible regular season, but his health could've been a factor. He should be the No. 1 pick in fantasy drafts next season.
Jun 20 - 9:48 AM

Stephen Curry struggled during Sunday's season-ending Game 7 defeat, scoring 17 points on 6-of-19 shooting with five rebounds, two assists, and one steal in 39 minutes.

Curry said prior to the game, "I need to take it up another notch for Game 7, that's what the greats do." He wound up 4-of-14 from downtown, missing many shots he usually makes, while committing four costly turnovers in an absolute classic of a game. The reigning fantasy and real-world MVP didn't win the Larry O'Brien trophy tonight, but he's still the default No. 1 pick for fantasy owners next year.
Jun 19 - 11:21 PM

Stephen Curry will not be suspended for Game 7 of the NBA Finals on Sunday.

Curry inadvertently threw his mouthpiece at a fan in frustration after fouling out of Game 6, but a suspension would've been a major surprise. Curry will be fined $25,000 by the NBA and coach Steve Kerr will also have to pay $25,000 for criticizing the officials after the game.
Jun 17 - 11:18 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PG1Stephen Curry
2Shaun Livingston
SG1Klay Thompson
2Patrick McCaw
3A.J. English
4Elliot Williams
SF1Kevin Durant
2Andre Iguodala
PF1Draymond Green
2David West
3James Michael McAdoo
4Kevon Looney
C1Zaza Pachulia
2Anderson Varejao
3Damian Jones
4JaVale McGee
5Mamadou Ndiaye