Steph Curry Reacts On Potential NBA Retirement

Warriors star Steph Curry is in his fifteenth year and doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime soon.

However, the soon-to-be 36-year-old admitted that he had considered retiring, emphasizing that the moment is not right.

Curry told reporters on Sunday following the NBA All-Star Game in Indianapolis, "I think about it all the time."

"However, the thoughts cease because you have to prepare for the next game, and there is a pattern and cycle that requires you to live in the present now.

I don't think I'm anywhere near to that, but eventually you'll reach a moment where you wake up and whatever your body and mind are saying you it's time."

In 50 games this season, the 10-time All-Star is averaging 28 points on 46.2 percent field goal shooting and 42.1 percent 3-point shooting.

With his spectacular play and incredible range from beyond the arc since joining the NBA in 2009.

Curry is an NBA champion four times, a two-time MVP, and the unquestioned 3-point specialist.

It's difficult to picture the NBA without him. What's in it for Dub Nation? For a while at least, they won't have to.

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