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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: $34,682,550
TIMBERWOLVES GUARD JIMMY BUTLER travels with a wine case, one he toted to the 2016 Rio Olympics, bringing along bottles of pinot noir. Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, a fan of Bordeaux, makes the hour trek to Napa to unwind, though he wishes he’d started doing so nine years ago, when he arrived in the Bay Area. (“I don’t know if I appreciated what was in my backyard,” Curry says today.) Warriors forward Kevin Durant is still gauging which wines pair best with certain foods, still curious about terroir — the environmental factors that affect wine. But he knows what he likes to unwind with, especially after a game: a richer, fuller-bodied pinot noir.
3 days ago via ESPN
NBA All Star Stephen Curry and his celebrity chef wife Ayesha Curry have put their home near Charlotte up for sale, despite Curry’s talk of wanting to be among the new owners of the Carolina Panthers. The asking price is $1.55 million. Variety magazine is referring to it as the former Charlottean’s “starter mansion.” The home is 7,650 square feet, located in an upscale guard-gated development in the Waxhaw area of Union County. It has four bedrooms, four full and three half bathrooms, a movie theater, wine cellar, man cave, exercise room and four-car garage.
Stephen Curry ranks second with earnings of $76.7 million. The two-time MVP signed the NBA’s first $200 million contract last summer. The five-year deal guarantees $201 million from the Warriors. Curry’s salary nearly tripled this season and is tops in the NBA for the first time. His endorsement partners include Under Armour, Chase, Vivo, eHi, Nissan/Infiniti, Brita, Bubble and JBL and will generate an estimated $42 million in off-court income for Curry.
Team captains LeBron James and Stephen Curry have chosen the local charities they’ll play for during the NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 18 in Los Angeles. James chose After-School All-Stars Los Angeles and Curry selected Brotherhood Crusade. The NBA previously announced that it will donate $350,000 to the winning team’s cause and $150,000 to the losing team’s charity.
2 weeks ago via ESPN