Steph Curry does not have an Olympic gold medal on his résumé, as he did not play for Team USA in 2012, 2016 or at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
When the squad heads to Paris for the 2024 games, will Curry be on the roster?
"He's the best shooter who ever lived," Warriors coach Steve Kerr recently told Marc Stein. "Steph can absolutely play on the Olympic team three years from now."
Curry will be 36 years old at that time, but it's extremely safe to assume the two-time NBA MVP still will be playing at a level worthy of snagging a spot on the team.
So let's just talk the following into existence:
In late July 2026, Curry will be in France having captured NBA Finals MVP honors a little over a month earlier. And he will have two years and about $115 million remaining on the four-year contract extension he signed last week with the Warriors.
Sounds perfect, right?
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