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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: $43,006,362
Kerr spoke to NBC Bay Area’s Raj Mathai in an exclusive interview Monday and was asked about Curry choosing not to play in the Olympics, which are set to begin on July 23 and run through Aug. 8. “Steph and I talked, Draymond [Green] and I talked,” Kerr told Mathai. “I think it makes perfect sense, actually. Steph has so many demands on his time. He has to play so hard for so much of the season. He’s 180 pounds. He’s [33]. He needs rest. I’m happy for Steph that he’s going to get plenty of rest and family time this summer and he’ll be ready to go come training camp in September.”
Seattle pay equity startup Syndio has scored more than $30 million in funding in its four years, but a new $1 million assist from early-stage investors Penny Jar Capital, announced Monday, is especially noteworthy because the firm is anchored by NBA star Stephen Curry. A two-time league MVP with the Golden State Warriors, some have called Curry the greatest shooter in NBA history. Off the court, the shots he’s taking on companies such as Syndio are also gaining attention. “This was really important to me because he’s not part of this hype cycle around equity,” Syndio CEO Maria Colacurcio told GeekWire. “He’s really been committed to this for a long time. And that was really before the U.S. Women’s National Team stuff kicked up.”

Joe Lacob expects Stephen Curry to play with Warriors for the remainder of his career

Steph Curry as of right now is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent after the 2021-22 season. But all signs point to him signing a contract extension with the Warriors this summer. “My full expectation is that Steph will be with us for the remainder of his career,” Golden State owner Joe Lacob said on The TK Show podcast with The Athletic’s Tim Kawakami. “I think he wants that [and] we want that. I really don’t have anything to say about that other than we’re in the middle — or [we have] started that process. That’ll go on this summer.”
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What were some of the challenges the No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 draft experienced in trying to figure out how to play alongside the two-time NBA MVP? “Steph is such a smart player. You gotta learn Steph’s patterns — his routes — and where he likes to go,” James Wiseman told Monte Poole this week on the Dubs Talk podcast. “Which spots he likes to get to in terms of his shots. Just studying a lot of film. When I was on the bench, I used to look at Loon [Kevon Looney] and how he was able to affect everything.”