Steph Curry's promise to Warriors fans came exactly 10 years ago today

Drew Shiller

When Steph Curry makes a promise, he follows through.

On Nov. 11, 2009 -- 10 years ago today -- the Warriors superstar tweeted the following:

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Call me crazy, but I think the Warriors figured it out.

With Curry at the helm, Golden State won three titles and reached the NBA Finals five consecutive years from 2015-2019. In the process, he captured two NBA MVPs and became the first unanimous winner in league history.

When he sent out his optimistic tweet, the Warriors had just lost in Indiana to fall to 2-5 on the season. Curry -- who was a 21-year-old rookie at the time -- was averaging 8.7 points and 5.4 assists per game.

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Fast forward to today, and the six-time All-NBA selection is out until February with a broken hand -- and the Warriors (2-8) share the NBA's worst record with the Knicks.

Perhaps he needs to send out the exact same tweet again ... (that's a joke).

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Steph Curry's promise to Warriors fans came exactly 10 years ago today originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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