Chase Center features mural depicting Warriors star Stephen Curry’s popcorn addiction
Stephen Curry is the greatest shooter of all time; at this point, there can really be no room for wavering on that topic. With a smooth, lightning-quick stroke that he can get off against any defender in the world seemingly, Curry has shot his way into the hearts and minds of NBA fans the world over – while also delivering win after win to the Golden State Warriors ever since the team drafted him 7th overall in the 2009 NBA Draft.
With the Warriors on a hot streak unlike any team has experienced in NBA history (becoming only the second team ever to make 5 straight NBA Finals appearances with Bill Russell’s Celtics being the first one), Golden State said goodbye to Oracle Arena last season in heartbreaking fashion as they lost to the Toronto Raptors at home in Game 6 of the Finals.
With Oracle in the rearview, the 2019-20 marks the debut of the sparkling new Chase Center in San Francisco, California where the Warriors will play their home games from now on. Curry, who will one day have a statue (or three) outside the building, already has a mural dedicated to an interesting addiction of his:
— Janie McCauley (@JanieMcCAP) September 20, 2019
That’s right, the Chase Center features a mural of Curry surrounded by one of his more curious addictions of popcorn.
You can’t blame him, really, as popcorn is utterly delicious (when prepared well) and is actually a fairly health snack – something that the health-conscious crowds that are sure to flock to the Chase Center will definitely appreciate.