Everyone Is Still Chasing Steph Curry After This Season

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The 2022-23 NBA season has officially come to an end for the Golden State Warriors, with the Los Angeles Lakers taking on the defending champions in six games during the second round of the NBA Playoffs.

Even though superstar Stephen Curry and his teammates are now in their off-season, arguably the greatest shooter of all time still has something on his mind about competing in the playoffs.

According to the State Museum, Curry is still leading in points and three-pointers this season, which is remarkable considering that the Western Conference and Eastern Conference Finals have already played a total of three games.

Unfortunately for Curry, he’s still defending the Warriors’ title instead of watching from home and hitting three-pointers and scoring more points than any player still active.

With the season coming to an end for the Warriors, attention turns to what the storied franchise will do during its offseason to continue competing with Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green.

Although Green has indicated he wants to return to Golden State next season and likely enter the final year of his deal with the team, the Warriors are more likely to lose longtime general manager Bob Myers this summer.

It appears that Myers and the Warriors brass may not see eye-to-eye on a new deal, leading to speculation that he will move elsewhere after being released from his contract next month, which could be an issue for Golden State. Will happen.

Fans react to today’s Bob Myers report