In times of extreme professionalism and when players move in search of a ring, it is rare to find cases of fidelity like those experienced by Tim Duncan, Ginobili, Nowitzki and the late Kobe Bryant, who only wore a shirt at the same time throughout his long NBA careers.
There are currently only two players who remain in the same team that they chose a decade ago: Stephen Curry, who has only played for the Warriors, and John Wall, who has spent his entire NBA career with the Wizards.
Curry was selected in the 2009 NBA draft by the Warriors in seventh place. Over the years it has become one of the icons of the League thanks to its ability to score from anywhere on the court. He has three champion rings and has been the only unanimous MVP in NBA history. He was a key player in the Warriors dynasty alongside Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Kevin Durant. It doesn’t look like the lethal player intends to leave the franchise that will pay him $43 mln next season.
Wall was one of the best point guards in the NBA when he got injured. He had long reached the category of All Star, but his career was cut short by a foot injury that caused him to undergo surgery in January 2019. And when he was in the process of rehabilitation, he slipped at home and broke his Achilles tendon An injury from which he has still returned, he has a contract with the Washington franchise and next season he will earn just over $ 41 million.