Mike Conley was selected No. 4 overall by the Grizzlies in the 2007 NBA Draft.
He was recently traded to Utah.
Russell Westbrook was selected No. 4 overall by the Seattle SuperSonics in the 2008 NBA Draft.
He reportedly was traded to Houston on Thursday night.
Steph Curry was selected No. 7 overall by the Golden State Warriors in the 2009 NBA Draft.
He still is on the Dubs, which means:
Steph is now the longest tenured player in NBA with original team who drafted him— sam esfandiari (@samesfandiari) July 12, 2019
Pretty wild, right?
Assuming Curry finishes his current contract in a Warriors uniform (the NBA is crazy, so you never know), he will be at 13 seasons in blue and gold after the 2021-22 campaign.
However, the only unanimous MVP in NBA history has a long way to go to catch a few of these players:
-Dirk Nowitzki = all 21 seasons with the Mavs (technically drafted by the Bucks)
-Kobe Bryant = all 20 seasons with the Lakers (technically drafted by the Hornets)
-Tim Duncan = all 19 seasons with the Spurs
-John Stockton = all 19 seasons with the Jazz
-Reggie Miller = all 18 seasons with the Pacers
-Manu Ginobili = all 16 seasons with the Spurs
-Udonis Haslem = all 16 seasons with the Heat (he went undrafted)
The three-time NBA champion will turn 32 years old in March. Enjoy every moment you can watching him play basketball.