Of course he'd never leave.
Stephen Curry has set endless records during his nine-year tenure with the Golden State Warriors and won three of the last four NBA championships. The two-time MVP joined "The Bill Simmons Podcast" this week and discussed whether or not he wants to end his career in the Bay Area.
"For sure I do," Curry told Simmons. "This is home. This is where I want to be, for obvious reasons."
Curry grew up in the Charlotte area where his father, Dell, played for the Hornets for 10 seasons. The 30-year-old superstar went to high school in Charlotte and attended Davidson college in North Carolina for three years before forgoing his senior season for the 2009 NBA Draft.
Despite his old connection to the city, Curry has no desire to return to the East, citing his love for the Oakland area.
"I love the Bay Area, man," Curry added. "The only reason I go home now is if my sister's getting married or to go play the Hornets for that one game, so I haven't really been back much. I haven't put my mind there."
Curry was drafted No. 7 overall by the Warriors and has become one of the game's most electric players, recording four of the top-five 3-point shooting seasons in NBA history.