Stephen Curry has two years remaining on his contract.
He is slated to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, 2017.
“As I am thinking right now, free agency isn’t really appealing to me because I love where I’m at, love the organization I’m playing for, and the Bay Area is home for me and my family,” Curry recently told Sporting News.
The 2015 NBA MVP will make $11,370,786 next season, and $12,112,359 in 2016-17.
Based on salary cap projections, Curry's next deal will most likely average over $30 million per season.
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But the 27-year old isn't looking that far ahead.
“It helps being world champs and you want to continue to build the momentum that we’ve established and I hope to have a huge part of that in the long term,” Curry said. “But I think the best approach for me is to try and stay as in the moment as possible.
“Everybody in this league is going to have many decisions to make, and you’ll be in a lot of different situations throughout your career, so in order to enjoy the ride, you kind of have to not get too ahead of yourself and just stay in the moment.”
Curry spent the majority of his upbringing in Charlotte, North Carolina. His father, Dell, is Hornets Ambassador and Special Projects Advisor, in addition to serving as the team's TV color analyst.
Could Steph opt to play for the Hornets when his contract with the Warriors ends?
"I’ve always had thoughts about playing at home, what it would be like,” Curry said last August. "My dad played there for 10 years, and people around the greater Charlotte area in North Carolina have done a lot for my family growing up, so you always think about it.
“Right now I feel like I’ve got three years left on my deal, so this isn’t going to be an issue for me for a while. I love the Bay Area and where we are as a team trying to win a championship, and that’s what it’s all about. Of course everybody dreams about or thinks about what it’s going to be like to play at home. Obviously if that opportunity comes along it’s a different discussion.”
Curry and the Warriors will open training camp in late September.