Steph Curry ‘really serious’ about joining Panthers ownership bid
When an NFL team — especially one of the caliber of the Carolina Panthers — goes up for sale, a lot of people are going to say they’re interested. The trick is separating those who are actually serious from those who just think it’s be a fun idea.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry wants to make it clear that he sees himself as the former, not the latter.
Curry was the latest high-profile name to put his name forward as a member of a potential Panthers ownership group, and speaking to ESPN’s Rachel Nichols, he said he’s completely serious about getting in on a bid to buy his hometown team.
Carolina Panthers fans may want to pay special attention to this interview.
Steph told me he’s more serious about getting involved in ownership than you might think. pic.twitter.com/1ZP0Rq9bzg
— Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) December 23, 2017
Obviously this process has a long way to go. That said, Curry isn’t the only pro athlete who wants in on ownership. Stranger things have happened.