The Golden State Warriors and star guard Stephen Curry have reached terms on a contract extension, the team announced Wednesday. The Warriors don’t think it’s anything serious, saying they’ve loved the way Curry’s played since training camp began. The Warriors and Curry's camp have finalized a four-year deal worth $11 million annually, according to the Contra Costa Times, that will take effect starting next season. Regardless of what we think, if Curry didn’t have bird ankles, the Warriors would be shelling out a lot more money to keep him around. That’s a fact. If Curry can ever stay healthy enough to match the potential he showed early in his career when he averaged at least 17.5 points in each of his first two seasons and played at least 74 games, this’ll be a bargain. The team has said Bogut has not had any setbacks on his surgically repaired left ankle, which he fractured on Jan.