Warriors’ Stephen Curry, who was once given cryptocurrency advice by Tom Brady now seeking exclusive instructions

On Monday, September 6, Stephen Curry, the superstar of the Golden State Warriors, turned to his Twitter followers for advice regarding cryptocurrency. 

NFL legend Tom Brady responded with a witty suggestion on what not to do if he wants to achieve success in the field. 


Now, once again, Curry seeks advice from Brady. Despite being in his 14th season, the 35-year-old Curry is still one of the most formidable offensive players in the NBA. 

Stephen Curry Consults High-Profile NFL Quarterbacks

Stephen Curry

In an interview with ESPN’s Andscape, he said he once had a goal of playing in the league for 16 years, like his father Dell Curry. He feels like he has a lot left in the tank, but he sought advice from high-profile NFL quarterbacks on how to prolong his career.

Curry spoke to Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and other veteran players who have crossed the halfway mark in their careers. 

“How I feel right now is not how I thought I’d feel at 35,” he told ESPN. “That number sounds crazy, but in my head, I feel like I got a lot left. The work I put into this I still enjoy. Who knows how [the future] looks? I talked to Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and other guys who have been on the other side of the halfway point.”

Although he acknowledged that playing point guard is different from playing quarterback, Curry hopes to learn from the tenacity that has allowed Brady (45) and Rodgers (39) to play as long as they have.

“They really did a good job of disciplining themselves for what is happening in real-time,” he said. “They’re 40 feeling like they can still play. I’m trying to stay in that mode. Thirty-five is a big milestone, but the next one is 40. The way I feel right now, who knows?”

Steve Kerr Praises Stephen Curry’s Work Ethic and Endurance as He Aims for Fifth Championship

Stephen Curry

Warriors coach Steve Kerr, who played with Michael Jordan in the 1990s, praised Curry’s work ethic and called him the “best-conditioned athlete” he’s ever seen in the NBA. 

“No one combines the work ethic with the skillset and the ability to put that all together in this package of incredible endurance and quickness. Every time he comes back, I watch him work,” Kerr told ESPN.

Curry aims to win his fifth championship, which would mean everything to him, even though he knows he won’t catch up to Bill Russell’s 11 championships. He is optimistic that he will continue to play in the NBA for a while longer and hopes to emulate the longevity of his father’s 16-year career.


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