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Steph Curry Experiencing 'Major FOMO'​ In Life Outside The NBA Bubble

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Steph Curry Experiencing 'Major FOMO'​ In Life Outside The NBA Bubble

Life outside the NBA bubble has probably been decent for Steph Curry, but having to watch the games without actually being there has given the Golden State great some 'major FOMO'.

A broken hand meant the three-time NBA champion was limited to just five appearances during the 2019-20 regular season as the Warriors slumped to just 15 wins from their 65 games.

The uncharacteristically abysmal record meant Golden State was one of the eight unlucky NBA teams to be left out of the revamped campaign at Walt Disney World.

Curry is gutted not to be playing in the bubble. Credit: PA
Curry is gutted not to be playing in the bubble. Credit: PA
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But while the likes of Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Co are undoubtedly enjoying the well-earned time off, two-time league MVP Curry insists he misses competing against the best athletes on the planet on a regular basis.

"Obviously I was happy to see basketball back on TV, but that first week I had major FOMO," he told The New York Times.

"Once you see Bron (LeBron James) and Kawhi (Leonard) and P.G. (Paul George) go at it, and you remember how much fun it is to play in those types of games and that kind of level, you miss it badly."

Curry has been playing a lot of gold during his time off. Credit: PA
Curry has been playing a lot of gold during his time off. Credit: PA
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Unfortunately the invitation to Orlando wasn't extended to the Warriors - a team that was lead to three NBA championships in five years under the talismanic leadership of their prolific three-point shooter.

And Curry's long-awaited return to the court will have to wait even longer than usual with the coronavirus pandemic still plaguing live sports events across the globe.

It's understood the NBA have ideas to launch the 2020/21 season in early December of this year, but who knows what will happen at this stage.

Either way, question marks still remain as to whether the Warriors dynasty has finally collapsed and it seems those questions will remain unanswered - at least for now.

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