You might think that Stephen Curry spent his Sunday still upset from a difficult loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. You might think he was still fuming from the lack of foul calls that ultimately led to an outburst, and an ejection.
You’d be wrong. Instead, Curry spent his Sunday on the golf course with two very recognizable faces: former President Barack Obama, and golf superstar Jordan Spieth.
The three men on the left are Jonnie West (member of the Warriors’ front office, frequent Curry golfing companion, and son of Jerry West), Curry’s brother and Dallas Mavericks shooting guard Seth Curry, and Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank.
It’s the third time that Curry and Obama have golfed together, and the Dubs’ superstar had a pretty funny anecdote about their golf history:
Curry on golfing with Obama, who is always his teammate: "We’re 2-1 now, so a much better record than the Warriors."— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) October 23, 2017
At Monday’s shootaround, Curry had some fun notes about golfing with the President, whom he has a very good relationship with.
Steph Curry played golf with Obama for the third time, first while not an active president: "Maybe two or three less secret service members" pic.twitter.com/HBPHFO8OUK— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) October 23, 2017
Well, I can think of a lot worse ways to spend a Sunday. And it certainly seems like the Warriors aren’t the least bit worried about their slow start to the season, so that’s a good thing, too.