Stephen Curry eyeing big move in 2024?

It’s possible that Chef Curry is about to prepare something new on the world stage.

Steph Curry, a star for the Golden State Warriors, made a suggestion that he would rejoin Team USA Basketball for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris during an appearance this week on ESPN’s “NBA Today.” Curry claimed that Warriors coach Steve Kerr, who is also the head coach of USA Basketball, is already recruiting him for Paris even though he won’t be taking part in this year’s FIBA World Cup.

“He’s already kind of recruiting [me] for next summer,” said Curry of Kerr. “I’m rooting for the guys now who are going to play in the World Cup. I know they’ll represent USA well and take home the gold.

“I have no idea what the next summer will look like,” Curry added. “It obviously is an extra bonus that Coach Kerr is leading that charge. I love to play for him any day of the week. We’ll see how it goes come summer 2024.”

Curry, who has won four NBA championships and been named Finals MVP twice, has never participated in the Olympics and has never taken home a gold medal there. In 2010 and 2014, he did won two gold medals for Team USA at FIBA World Cup competitions. Curry hasn’t played for USA Basketball in nearly ten years, though.

Curry’s absence from the international game for such a lengthy time can be somewhat explained by the fact that the Warriors are normally in the midst of a championship race well into the summer. But since Curry will turn 36 in March, the 2024 Olympics might be his final opportunity to earn an Olympic gold medal.

Curry averaged 29.4 points per game last season, which was the third-highest total in his career. He is still at the top of his game. In Paris, Team USA will probably face some tough opponents, so getting Curry to play for them would be incredibly crucial.





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