Mike Conley was selected No. 4 overall by the Grizzlies in the 2007 NBA Draft.
He was recently traded to Utah.
Russell Westbrook was selected No. 4 overall by the Seattle SuperSonics in the 2008 NBA Draft.
He reportedly was traded to Houston on Thursday night.
He still is on the Dubs, which means:
Steph is now the longest tenured player in NBA with original team who drafted him
— sam esfandiari (@samesfandiari) July 12, 2019
Pretty wild, right?
Assuming Curry finishes his current contract in a Warriors uniform (the NBA is crazy, so you never know), he will be at 13 seasons in blue and gold after the 2021-22 campaign.
However, the only unanimous MVP in NBA history has a long way to go to catch a few of these players:
-Dirk Nowitzki = all 21 seasons with the Mavs (technically drafted by the Bucks)
-Kobe Bryant = all 20 seasons with the Lakers (technically drafted by the Hornets)
-Tim Duncan = all 19 seasons with the Spurs
-John Stockton = all 19 seasons with the Jazz
-Reggie Miller = all 18 seasons with the Pacers
-Manu Ginobili = all 16 seasons with the Spurs
-Udonis Haslem = all 16 seasons with the Heat (he went undrafted)
The three-time NBA champion will turn 32 years old in March. Enjoy every moment you can watching him play basketball.
Russell Westbrook trade gives Steph Curry new mark among NBA players originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area