Stephen Curry has talked about his love for his home of North Carolina, which for him is synonymous with Chick-fil-A. For those that follow Curry's Twitter account, you all know that he has professed on numerous occasions how delicious those fried chicken sandwiches are. In the San Francisco Bay Area, the only Chick-Fil-A can be found in Fairfield. You know it's probably no a regular thing for him at in the Bay Area -- for better or for worse.
But with the NBA lockout and being back at Davidson finishing his undergraduate degree, Curry is definitely eating at Chik-Fil-A when he's not eating at his other favorite spot on campus, The Commons. It's a serious thing.
So how regularly is it? Matt Norlander of CBSSports.com reports:
His weekdays go roughly something like this:
• At 7:30 a.m., he has ankle rehab in a suburb of Charlotte. Curry had surgery at the end of May, and said he'll be ready to get on the court and play competitively in a few weeks. "I'm not so far behind that I wouldn't be ready if the season were ready to go in [October]," Curry said.
• After his rehab he makes sure to stop at Chick-fil-A. It's arguably the most important part of his day.
• From there, it's about a 40-minute drive to Davidson.
• He works out for a few minutes before his late-morning/early-afternoon classes.
• He then stops in to see McKillop, gets in some more shooting or weight-lifting workouts, then heads home to see his wife later in the afternoon.
• Mondays and Wednesdays are one class; Tuesdays and Thursdays, a double-dip.
So at least we know Curry is staying fit and not letting that Chick-fil-A turn him into Shawn Kemp or John "Hot Plate" Williams.