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After Major Investment in TGL, $160M Rich Stephen Curry Unravels Post-Retirement Plans With Andre Iguodala

Published 11/18/2023, 10:26 PM EST

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Tiger Woods’ TGL has made a notable addition to its expanding portfolio, as Stephen Curry joins as an investor in a founding team. Teaming up with Marc Lasry, chairman, and CEO of Avenue Capital Group, the NBA star has acquired the rights to the San Francisco team for the upcoming season.

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As Curry edges to his 36th birthday, fans must realize that he must bid adieu to the game of basketball. Owning to that, Steph discusses his retirement plans with fellow Golden State Warriors Legend Andre Iguodala.

Stephen Curry gets candid about post-retirement plans with Andre Iguodala


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In the latest episode of Dubs’ Talk, Stephen Curry talked about a myriad of topics. However, his post-retirement plans with fellow NBA champion and Finals MVP Andre Iguodala stick out. It’s interesting to hear what the Dubs legend has planned for his retirement.

The host asks Steph how often he discusses business ventures with his former teammate. Steph said, “He’s (Andre Iguodala) well equipped to transition into life after basketball.” He further added “We talk about that (business ventures) now more than basketball. We both just invested in the TGL San Francisco team,… All these opportunities are coming in, you wanna vet em’ out strike when the iron is hot.”


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Despite Steph being well-prepared for life after the NBA, his 30.7 point average in the regular season tells another story. However, the Warriors have hit a major roadblock with six losses in a row.

Can the Warriors bounce back in the regular season?


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After only 13 games played, the NBA season holds numerous unfolding storylines. The Warriors, despite a challenging start, might witness an unexpected turnaround. However, maintaining such expectations might not be entirely realistic. The team faces a hurdle with aging stars struggling to match the pace of the competitive Western Conference. The primary source of hope rests on Curry’s shoulders, with the entire Dubs Nation banking on him to lead the way into the postseason.

Given Klay and Wiggins’ limited offensive contributions, the Warriors might have to rely on their younger core—Jonathan Kuminga, Moses Moody, and Brandon Podziemski—to compensate for the production gap.


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Unless the Warriors’ four foundational players rejuvenate promptly, it could signify a downfall. Yet, it’s premature to dismiss the four-time champions. They surprised the basketball world in 2022 with this very core. Who’s to say they can’t do it again? Success hinges on consistent performances from all team members while Chef Curry continues to excel on the court.

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Written by:

Akashdeep Banerjee


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Akashdeep Banerjee is an NBA writer at Essentially Sports. After Graduating in Journalism and Mass Communication he forayed into visual Media. A fan of the NBA for the better part of a decade.
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Sameen Nawathe