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Steph '100%' thinks he, Klay, Draymond will end careers with Warriors

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Stephen Curry believes there's a strong possibility he'll be playing alongside Klay Thompson and Draymond Green for the remainder of his career.

In an interview with ESPN's Malika Andrews, Curry said he, Thompson, and Green have a shared goal of retiring as a Warrior and ending their careers on a high note.

"A hundred percent," Curry responded when asked if he thinks the trio will be Warriors for life. "I think that's always been a motivator for us, and I think the way that we talk about it is we not only want to end our career as a Warrior, continue to compete at a high level, but you want to end it the right way.

"I think we've been through a lot this year, the three of us. Especially with Draymond's absence for a while, with Klay taking on a new role, the new cast of characters that we have that are right alongside us in this journey, I think it's extremely possible to accomplish both. We just have to protect the identity of who we are as best we can, and I think we're moving in that right direction."

Curry, Thompson, and Green have spent their entire careers in Golden State, winning four championships together between 2015 and 2022.

Curry is under contract with the Warriors through the 2025-26 season, when he'll be 37 years old. Green's contract runs through 2026-27 and includes a player option for the final year, while Thompson's is up at the end of this season.

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