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Stephen Curry
Stephen Curry
Position: G
Born: 03/14/88
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:185 lbs. / 83.9 kg.
Salary: $12,112,359
Arguably the co-face of the NBA (let’s include LeBron James here), Curry is now the lone face of PressPlay, a startup digital media company out of the illustrious, Silicon Valley-area. The company will release exclusive videos of the electric shooting Curry just in time for the NBA season in October. With PressPlay, Curry will be able to access China’s audience of 620 million smartphone users and 641 million digital viewers. Viewers will be able to follow Curry through his training, family time and other behind-the-scenes footage. Curry will also answer questions from fans via a pre-recorded live stream.
PressPlay isn’t the only tech Curry is leveraging to connect with his fan base, as well as make some extra coin. Earlier this year, he co-founded Slyce, a social media network with a former college teammate and is an investor in CoachUp, another startup that lets parents book private athletic coaches for their kids. And then, there’s “StephMoji,” a collage of emojis and anime for smartphones. Curry is among other NBA All-Stars delving into tech, including Los Angeles Lakers’ legend Kobe Bryant, who is launching a venture capital fund. There’s Carmelo Anthony who also has a VC firm, M7 Tech Partners that invests in early stage digital media, and Chris Paul, who co-created an app called Game Vision that aims to increase court vision awareness. Last month, the NBA players union held a tech summit in San Francisco spearheaded by Curry’s Warriors teammate Andre Iguodala.
6 days ago via CNET
Rocking a bright red vest, blue-jean cutoffs and some very hot Under Armor high-tops, Curry was there to shoot a few brief scenes for her upcoming Food Network show, “Ayesha’s Homemade.” The wife of Golden State Warriors superstar (and reigning NBA MVP) Steph Curry, Ayesha is carving out quite a culinary empire for herself. She has published a cookbook, launched a meal-kit company and recently opened a pop-up barbecue restaurant in San Francisco with celebrity chef Michael Mina. According to Food Network, “Ayesha’s Homemade” will blend cooking segments with glimpses of her life of an NBA star and mother of two young daughters. The half-hour series, from High Noon Entertainment, will consist of six episodes debuting sometime in October.