Warriors’ Curry Snapped Training With Ex-Dubs Free Agent

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Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry high-fives Kent Bazemore during a game against the Denver Nuggets.

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry clearly isn’t resting on his laurels after capturing ring No. 4 and putting together an incredible NBA Finals run along the way. Whether it’s getting shredded in the gym or putting shots up on the hardwood, the 34-year-old is doing his best to ensure that he returns in elite shape again next season.

Even when Curry is off the proverbial clock, he still finds ways to get his work in. Such has been the case this week as the eight-time All-Star is hosting his annual Curry Camp at the San Francisco Olympic Club.

Sure, he’s there to teach the tricks of the trade to a group of 26 elite high school players. But that hasn’t stopped him from getting in on some runs, too. In doing so, he was joined by a pair of NBA-level talents.

Namely, ex-Warrior and current free agent Kent Bazemore, as well as longtime scoring machine Brandon Jennings. On Thursday, Curry posted video footage of the “OGs” in action via Twitter (embedded below).


A Couple of Old Faves

Bazemore, of course, was a member of the Warriors from 2012 to 2014 and then again during the team’s ill-fated 2020-21 campaign. After the team lost its play-in bid during the latter season, though, he bolted for the LA Lakers (and took a pay cut, no less) for what he considered a better opportunity to win a title.

It’s a move he came to regret later, tweeting that he was “sick” about how things ultimately played out for the respective teams.

Flash forward to now and the 33-year-old still finds himself looking for a new basketball home after a particularly rough experience in La La Land last season. Some are even pitching him as an option for the Dubs’ final roster spot.

Jennings, meanwhile, was once considered one of the Association’s most electrifying backcourt performers. He had a 55-point game during his rookie campaign with the Milwaukee Bucks back in 2009-10. And at the height of his powers two years later (with the same team), he averaged 19.1 points, 5.5 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game.

From there, though, he bounced a