While no athlete can continue to compete at a high level indefinitely, Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors has managed to slow down the ageing process.
Steph, who turned 34 in March, then had, arguably, his best postseason run ever, winning his fourth championship and his first Finals MVP award.
Steph has led some to wonder when he would start slowing down as he continues to improve with age.
Steph stated he can play for at least four more seasons in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, which is the length of his current contract. Steph discussed the ambiguity around ageing while making fun of the fact that victories keep getting in the way.
As you age, you have more thoughts of that normal insecurity, such as "How long can this go?" Curry spoke with Matt Sullivan of Rolling Stone. "The invisibility, or the fact that when you're in your genuine prime, you're not thinking about anything else, is now in a good balance with my lack of fear of the future.
Dell Curry, Steph's father, also forecast his son's continued domination for at least four more years during an appearance on the "Dubs Talk" podcast.
Dell Curry remarked, "Watching him play at 34, he can stay at this level." "You'll need to guard him even if he doesn't put up 30 [points] a game if he can be effective on the court.