A virtual gimp, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry vows to get ‘stronger’


If able to remain healthy, Stephen Curry will be a ballplayer for the ages.

Less than 24 hours after Golden State was eliminated by the San Antonio Spurs 94-82 in Game 6 on Thursday night, electric Warriors guard Stephen Curry vowed to get stronger this offseason.

Averaging 23.4 points, 3.80 boards and 8.1 dishes over 12 playoff games, the 6-foot-3, 185 pound Curry hobbled through most of the contests against San Antonio.

“I’ll work on getting stronger, continue to work on my body,” said Curry, 25, who has already undergone two surgeries on his right ankle. “The more minutes you play and the more grind and physical play you endure through the course of a season, you have to re-charge and get your body right for the next season.”

As the league’s best shooter, Curry doesn’t need to look like Lou Ferrigno or really gain any brawn.

Although unsure of a way how, the star in “The Town” needs to learn a way to fortify his weak hoofs.

Curry is an amazing talent who has balls the size of The Bay.

Unfortunately, if something isn’t done, Curry will be a middling gimp with busted joints by the time the Warriors return to San Francisco in 2017.

Inking a four-year contract extension worth $44 million with Golden State last summer, Curry’s ankles will always act as kryptonite.

Hopefully, for the sake of fans and the sport of basketball, Stephen Curry can somehow “get (his) body right for the next season.”

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