Stephen Curry: ‘The game will be over soon’ if he misses ‘game of the year’
Curry was in attendance for the NBA All-Star game, the final game of the regular season before the All-NBA selection awards.
Curry’s wife, Kim, was also there, and he had to leave early to attend the awards.
But he was not discouraged.
“We’re going to be ready to go in the game,” he said.
“I’m just going to keep going to work and make sure we’re ready to play, no matter what happens.”
Curry said he expects to play this season in the NBA.
“The game is going to end soon, and it’s going to come to a close,” he told reporters.
“The game was a great experience for me and it was a fun experience for everyone, and we just had a blast and enjoyed the atmosphere and the crowd, and I think that’s the only thing I can say,” Curry said.
“I’m a winner, I’m a great competitor and I’m happy to be back here.”
Curry was asked about whether he is ready to accept the All the Ball award this season.
“We’re not going to tell you,” he replied.
Curry, who has won two NBA championships with the Warriors, has been one of the biggest names in the All Time Top 100.
He has been named the MVP of every NBA title and is the most successful player of the modern era.
He is the first player in NBA history to have three NBA Finals MVP awards.
“I think if you’re looking for a player, you should look at Steph, who’s a great athlete and has a great feel for the game.
He’s an all-time great, and that’s what we’re trying to make sure,” said ESPN’s Marc Stein, who had Curry named the 2016 NBA MVP.
Carys season has been a roller coaster, and has been the subject of a slew of negative headlines, including the fact that he had been hospitalized for a serious neck injury, and his son was taken from him in an accident.
Cavs star point guard Kyrie Irving has been in a coma since late January, and the Cavaliers were already facing a huge postseason push when he was placed in a medically induced coma.
The news of his condition broke before the Cavs won the 2017 NBA Finals.
“What I’ve seen so far has been disappointing, and so far I think I’ve had to live with it,” Irving told reporters on Thursday.
“It’s a scary time, and everyone’s thinking, ‘What is he going to do?’
So I want to thank everyone who’s been there for me.
I want them to know that I love them and that I’m OK.
So I’ll just go with it.””
We will do everything we can to make it right,” Irving said of the Cavs.”
So many things that we’re going through, and all the support that’s been given to us, we’re just going through a time where we’re all in a tough place.”