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Golden State Warriors and NBA star Steve Curry have grilled NFL legends Tom Brady, 45, and Aaron Rodgers, 39, about retirement plans with the point guard targeting to play in his 40s. Curry’s fellow NBA players LeBron James and Chris Paul are both over 35 and still playing at the elite level, and the Warriors man says he has “a lot left” to give the sport.

Rather than seek advice from Abe Dell, who played in the NBA until he was 37, the 35-year-old four-time NBA champion sought advice from two NFL quarterbacks. The last three years of his father’s career were plagued by back spasm problems.

“What I feel now is not what I thought I would feel at 35,” Curry told Andscape earlier this month after the win over the Bucks. “This number sounds crazy, but in my head, I feel like I have a lot left.

“I’ve talked to Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers and other guys who’ve been across from the halfway line. I know the quarterback is different, but you can check for yourself.” [mentally] To not fast-forward too far.

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“They’ve done a really good job of disciplining themselves for what’s happening in real time. They’re 40 feeling like they can still play. I’m trying to stay in that mode. Thirty-five is a great teacher, but the next one is 40. How do I feel now, who knows?”

Seven-time Super Bowl champion Brady retired for the second time earlier this year in an emotional farewell, while Rodgers weighed in. After retirement, he joined the New York Jets or back to the Green Bay Packers for the 19 season.

Meanwhile, Curry and the Warriors endured a disorienting campaign marred by injuries, poor form, and disharmony. The defending champions are currently fifth in the Western Conference standings and they are in desperate need of some consistency.

The Warriors have largely struggled away from home in San Francisco. The team has a dismal 7-26 record on the road this season and they will need a 2022 NBA Finals MVP in top form to repeat last season’s feat.


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