SAN FRANCISCO – Even Stephen Curry has been fascinated by the magic of October baseball.
The Warriors star was playing baseball gloves on his hand on Friday morning when he arrived for media access after a shooter at the Chase Center, where the Warriors host their third pre-season game on Friday night. Off series started. Dodgers, a quick cake paddle in Oracle Park.
“There’s a lot of chaos here today,” Kerry noted. “Hopefully the giants will get over it.”
Curry has a double loyalty when it comes to October. Loyal fans of the Boston Red Sox of the American League will cross this bridge when they come.
“Until we get to the World Series, I get two teams,” Curry said.
The NBA’s best shooter has a short history on baseball diamonds.
At 6-3, 190, Curry said, he has a middle-field builder, and that’s where he was initially recorded in the lineup. He said he could swing it a bit as a two-strike hitter.
“Then I ended up on the right field, and that was the end of my baseball journey,” he said.
“I miss it,” Kerry added. “It’s October. It’s a good time of year for baseball. I’ve added a little bit to my blood.”
Baseball has deep roots in the Currie tribe.
Steve’s father, Dale Curry, said. An “Off the Hardwood” episode That his father introduced him to baseball before basketball, a sport in which he would eventually make a 16-year NBA career.
In the same episode, a senior Steve explained in detail why he chose basketball over baseball.
“I liked it, but I was more interested in basketball at the time. It was more my game. I was a little better at it. With basketball, I want to practice something more on it and if I get the chance. I will try to convey it to the professionals.
There was a reason to watch the post-season in the Warriors’ locker room.
For the first time in the post-season, coach Steve Carey has kept his Dodgers Fandom careful before coming face to face with two rivals. Otto Porter Jr., a native of St. Louis, was disappointed to hear of the Cardinals’ walk-off from his coach’s favorite team when he returned to the locker room after winning his pre-season on Wednesday night.
The Warriors and Giants share a similar travel schedule over the next week, although Kerr said he would not have time to play in San Francisco or Los Angeles.
The Giants Dodgers host Friday and Saturday nights before traveling to Los Angeles for Games 3 and 4 (if necessary) on Mondays and Tuesdays. The Warriors host the Lakers on Friday night, then head to the Staples Center for the Monday night pre-season game for Los Angeles on Monday afternoon.