Stephen Curry's personal trainer, Brandon Payne, said that Curry has gotten "more chiseled" during his time off, and he's been moving with a "fluidity" that he hasn't seen from him before.
"He's a young 32. He's still gaining strength, he's still gaining power, he's still getting faster," said Payne. "Those aren't things you see out of guys that are 32 years old. He's still refining movement patterns... not only is his skill level evolving continually, but is body still is developing. And that is a rare thing for a guy at 32 in the NBA." Curry put his body through a lot of stress while going on four straight Finals runs, but he'll be refreshed for the 2020-21 season after essentially sitting out his 2019-20 campaign. People will be hesitant to take him with the No. 1 pick, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him churn out that sort of production. Sep 29 5:39 pm (EST)
- Stephen Curry and Draymond Green will not be taking part in Warriors minicamp as they attend to family matters.
- Warriors coach Steve Kerr wants to arrange "minicamps" for his players this summer, and he expects all of his players to participate.
- California Governor Gavin Newsom said Monday that sports could resume in California, without fans, as early as June 1. All Stephen Curry News
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