The Warriors' future move to Chase Center in San Francisco could change some things for the Curry family -- they may need to find a new home.
In a recent interview with Stephen Curry, Daveed Diggs asked about the team's move to the city and if that meant they would be uprooting the family.
"That what I'm trying to figure out," Curry told Diggs in Curry's '5 Minutes from Home.' "Our family's rooted in the East Bay." But in February, the family did sell their five-bedroom mansion in Alamo for a reported $6.3 million.
Curry, along with his wife, Ayesha, and their three children, have been living in Alamo for the last three years, and a decade in the East Bay.
And just like many in the Bay Area, he highlights the fact that the traffic is always an issue.
"The commute on the bridge," Curry said. "I feel like I'm gonna have to pull a Kobe. Kobe to the Staples Center."
He's referring to Kobe who would take a helicopter to work to avoid the Los Angeles traffic. He was joking about it, but it's not the craziest idea if you've ever had to commute yourself from the East to the city.
For now, Curry has "bittersweet" feelings about leaving Oracle Arena -- that's all he's known.
"I've seen the dog years," he said. "The whole time, the vibe and atmosphere in Oracle has been unreal. … I have a special spot in my heart that's obvious in my relationship with our fan base and in our relationship with Oakland. It's going to be hard to turn a page. Oakland has held us down for 47 years."