Can you believe it already has been three years since Steph Curry signed his five-year contract extension with the Warriors worth just over $201 million?
It seems like yesterday he still was on the four-year, $44 million deal that was considered the most team-friendly in all of sports.
But anyways, since the two-time NBA MVP has just two years remaining on his current pact ($43 million next season and $45.8 million in 2021-22), he is eligible for an extension. So what are the theoretical particulars?
ESPN's Bobby Marks laid out the details Wednesday morning:
-- 2022-23: $48 million
-- 2023-24: $51.9 million
-- 2024-25: $55.7 million
First of all, these numbers could be subject to change due to the financial uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Secondly, there has been no indication whatsoever that Steph's representatives and Golden State management are discussing an extension, or that it's something either side is exploring.
In fact, it's probably very safe to assume that it isn't on the radar at all. Marks simply acknowledged a deal -- by rule -- could be struck this offseason.
Right now, the Warriors are focused on the 2020 NBA Draft, free agency and exploring safety measures in the attempt to have fans at Chase Center next season. And for Steph, he is concentrating on dealing with "FOMO" from not playing inside the Orlando bubble.
In the end, it would be beyond stunning if the three-time NBA champion isn't playing for the Warriors when the 2022-23 campaign begins. So don't waste a second of your time stressing about Steph's future with the Dubs.