Sources: Warriors to host LeBron and Lakers on Christmas Day

HAYWARD — It’s good to be the king, simultaneously atop two mountains, one physically and the other metaphorically, as Stephen Curry was on Tuesday.

Weeks removed from winning back-to-back NBA championships with the Warriors, Curry stood at the podium at Stonebrae Country Club in the Hayward hills, overlooking most of the Bay Area, and chatted about today’s NBA and well as his golf game, including the heights it may never reach.

Despite his passion for golf — he’s playing this weekend in the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae for the second consecutive year — Curry reiterated that he has no plans to pursue playing at the professional level after retiring from the NBA.

Curry on the dynamic movement in the NBA this summer and the effect on the Warriors:

“If you go through history, there’s has been blockbuster moves and trades every year, or most years,” he said. “Every team is trying to beat the champs, so nothing is really surprising. You just sit back and survey the league, survey what’s going on, and how we can get back on top this coming year and three-peat.

“There’s been some big names, obviously, with LeBron (James) and other guys moving. We need to control what we can control and be a better team this year. We have a couple new additions, so we’ve got to

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