Warriors Stephen Curry Leaning on Tom Brady for Career Advice

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry wants to play in the NBA for as long as physically possible and he has a great mentor to try and accomplish such a feat. Curry has been leaning on NFL great Tom Brady for longevity advice, and he's essentially learning from the best. 

Curry recently opened up to the media about his relationship with Brady and why he feels the QB is the perfect person to pass on the advice, even if he's playing a different sport:

I've actually talked to (Brady), personally, about this. He's at the point now where he can look back and talk about that with some authority and experience. But even he said, in the moment, when he was in his early-30s, mid-30s, late-30s, it was always, 'I think I've still got two more years in me. Stay. Do everything I can to sustain yourself and stay physically and mentally sharp.' And then you look up and you're saying that again, saying it the next two years. And you're saying it again

Brady is damn near 50 and still winning Super Bowls. Curry is expected to have his running mate Klay Thompson back next season and the Warriors could very easily be back into contention next season. Look for a rejuvenated bunch of Warriors to do big things next season and it all starts with Curry and his dependability.

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