Stephen Curry grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, which explains why he is a big Carolina Panthers fan.
The Panthers are 11-0 -- the only undefeated team remaining in the NFL.
Curry's Warriors are 20-0 -- the best start in NBA history.
Who will lose first?
"My answer to that is us, but not until like February, hopefully," Curry told reporters prior to Wednesday's game in Charlotte against the Hornets. "So that means the Panthers get their Super Bowl win and we make it through that. Throw Davidson in there, too, they're 5-0."
Curry played at Davidson from 2006 to 2009, and attended the Wildcats' home game on Tuesday night -- a 109-74 win over Charlotte.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (and several of his teammates) sat courtisde Wednesday night to see Curry up close and personal.
The MVP put on a show, scoring 40 points -- including 28 in the third quarter alone.
Newton's squad has five games remaining in the regular season: at Saints (4-7), Falcons (6-5), at Giants (5-6), at Falcons, Tampa Bay (5-6).
If the Panthers win all five, they would be 16-0 on Jan. 3.
In order to be undefeated on Jan. 3, the Warriors would need to win their next 13 games. That would put them at 33-0.
"Nobody thought we could start 19-0. Why not keep it going?" Curry said. "There's a lot of great talent in this league. We're obviously probably not going to go 82-0, but you want to approach each game that way and see what happens."