On this day 10 years ago, then-Warriors rookie Steph Curry sent out one of the most famous tweets in Bay Area sports history.
"Best tweet ever," Curry told reporters Monday night during a press conference at Chase Center before the Warriors played the Jazz.
"I don't remember where I was," Curry said. "I definitely remember sending it out though. [Warriors vice president of communications] Raymond [Ridder] probably can tell me what city I was in."
On Nov. 11, 2009, the Warriors lost in Indiana to the Pacers, 108-94, dropping their record to 2-5. Shortly after the game, Curry sent this tweet.
Promise to all the Warrior fans...we will figure this thing out...if it's the last thing we do we will figure it out— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) November 12, 2009
"That was a good tweet for sure," Curry said Monday. "And I said 'we,' not 'me.' "
It took Curry and the Warriors a few years to turn things around, but once they reached the playoffs in 2013, they took off from there. They've made the playoffs in each of the last seven years, went to the NBA Finals the last five straight years and raised three banners at Oracle Arena.
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On a personal level, Curry won two NBA MVP awards, including becoming the first-ever unanimous selection in 2015-16.
"It's been a great, great journey," Curry said of the last 10 years. "It's not over yet. That's the fun part. But 10 years is a good lens to look back and see all that we've accomplished.
"I didn't really know what I was talking about as a rookie, but I knew I had a lot of confidence in myself and what I could do on this level, and obviously the guys that I eventually got to play with to do it at that high level. Unbelievable experiences, and hopefully there's more to come."