“My perspective was: ‘Man, I’ll be able to take care of my family with this. Blessed to be able to know I’ll be playing at least in the NBA for four years and see where it goes from there,'” he tells Kawakami.
Curry’s outlook can be applied to the workplace as well. If you’re vying for a higher salary, don’t focus on how much your colleague might be making. Instead, present the case for why your work means you deserve a raise.
As for Curry, Business Insider reports that if he decides to stick with the Warriors, he’ll be eligible for a five-year, $207.4 million contract, which would boost his salary to $35.7 million for next season.