Glasgow Warriors’ star Stephen Curry is set to make his Warriors debut at the 2019 Commonwealth Games, after the 19-year-old picked up an injury during the tournament.
The Warriors are set to name their 18-man squad to play the USA on Friday night.
The 19-goal scorer from Glasgow is set for his first appearance in the finals, where he will face the likes of Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney and Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud.
Curry said: “The Olympics are such an opportunity for young kids to be part of the Olympic programme.
It’s really exciting for me, especially playing against some of the best players in the world.”
I’m really excited about the opportunity.
I’m really looking forward to getting out there and doing what I can to help Scotland win this game.
“The 19 year-old has played a total of 22 games in the NBA, including five games for the Warriors this season, scoring 15 points.
The Scotland star said he has been watching video of the 2018 Commonwealth Games and believes Glasgow will do well against the Americans.”
There’s a lot of history with the Olympics and the Glasgow Games is a big part of that.””
I’ve seen the games, and I think it’s going to be a great experience for Scotland.”
There’s a lot of history with the Olympics and the Glasgow Games is a big part of that.
“It’s a really special tournament and I hope Glasgow get a good performance.”
Hopefully, I’ll be able to help them win.
“Curry added that he has made a big difference to his team-mates as well as the fans.”
When you’re playing with these guys, you’re getting the best out of each other and you’re enjoying it,” he added.”
We’ve been working really hard and we’ve just got to get the best performance out of the players.
“They’ve been great to work with and I’m sure the fans will be just as happy.”