Stephen Curry: The Inspirational Story of Basketball Superstar Stephen Curry by Inspirational StoriesThis book is written in a very clear & concise manner. I only wish that it would have gone into more detail. The information in this book is only a cursory glance Curry’s life & career, & it did not tell me anything that I did not already know.
Stephen Curry: The Inspirational Story may be a good choice for sports fans who never followed Curry’s college years at Davidson & his early years with the NBAs Golden State Warriors. However, I would NOT recommended this book to die-hard basketball fans who have followed Curry’s college & professional careers since 2008.
Ive loved Steph Curry since his Davidson days. Hopefully, given the Warriors recent win in the NBA Finals, a longer and more in-depth biography on Steph Currys life will be available in bookstores soon. #DubNation #Splash
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As one of the most renowned and celebrated athletes of the 21st century, there are only a handful of things people are unfamiliar with about Stephen Curry. Widely regarded as the greatest shooter of all-time, Curry's personal and professional life is a matter of intense public scrutiny although every now and then, something or the other pops up about his life that is often overlooked by his admirers. This one might come off as a surprise to some people. Coincidentally, they were also born in the same hospital, Akron General Medical Center, to be exact. However, Curry spent most of his formative years in the city of Charlotte, North Carolina while his father played for the Charlotte Hornets.
So to honor this milestone, we've put together a list of 30 must-know facts about him., Stephen Curry is an American basketball player who has played for the Golden State Warriors his entire career.
Guess it runs in the family. He also recently hit the links with President Obama at Martha's Vineyard. That's right His mother fines him each time he commits a certain amount of turnovers. He started playing basketball when he was about five years old.
The younger Curry learned the intricacies of the game from his father. He did not receive scholarship offers from major college basketball programs and attended Davidson North Carolina College , which had an enrollment of fewer than 2, students. He quickly made his mark, however, averaging His junior season did not feature any such postseason heroics, but his average of He then entered the NBA draft, in which he was selected by the Warriors with the seventh overall pick. Curry led the league in three-pointers made in — The following season he repeated that feat with and earned his first All-Star selection.