'You're starting from scratch': Does Chase Center house Warriors' future or past?

SAN FRANCISCO — After moving seven times in his first decade in the NBA, Stephen Curry thought he’d found what was going to be his family’s forever home. It was in the East Bay, a short commute from Oracle Arena in Oakland. The Golden State Warriors were headed across the San Francisco Bay to the Chase Center for the 2019 season, but plenty of Bay Area commuters take the Bay Bridge every day.

To be sure, Curry started scouting his future drive before each home game last season.

“It was too variable,” he said. “Sometimes it was 35 minutes. Sometimes it was two hours.”

And so the Currys — like the Warriors — had to move on.

“That’s how it is in this league,” Curry said. “Things are always changing.”

Over the summer, everyone’s new normal began to come into focus. Curry and his family moved across the bay, to a house in Atherton, California, that he hopes is “the house our kids grow up in.” The Warriors overhauled their roster, moved into their new forever home in San Francisco and hit the reset button on the team that has lorded over the NBA.

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