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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: $37,457,154
Golden State Warriors Star Stephen Curry has helped raise $21,025 for the family of Nia Wilson through his SC30 Showcase Game on Tuesday. Curry streamed the event on his official Facebook page and encouraged fans to donate over the course of the night. A man is accused of stabbing Wilson to death at a Bay Area Rapid Transit stop in Oakland, California, in July. Authorities charged John Cowell with murder and attempted murder after he also allegedly stabbed Wilson’s sister, Letifah.
Stephen Curry: “There’s been some big names, obviously, with LeBron (James) and other guys moving. We need to control what we can control and be a better team this year. We have a couple new additions, so we’ve got to hit the ground running in September, in training camp. As every year is, chasing a championship, a different year and you can’t just carbon copy what you did last year and be successful.”
On LeBron’s I Promise School in Akron, Ohio, and commitments made by players around the league to various civic and social causes: “It was amazing to see,” Curry said. “Every NBA player is trying to find a way to impact the city the play in or wherever they’re from or communities at large and at-risk youth or whatever the case is. It’s very visible what guys are doing. And sometimes, there is stuff that happens behind the scenes that nobody knows about.”
When Stephen Curry strolled into the cozy gym in North Oakland early Monday evening, eyes widened, jaws dropped and fingers pointed. This is not an uncommon reaction to the entrance of American sports royalty, except Curry conveyed no such thing. “He doesn’t live here. He could have gone through the (Caldecott) tunnel,” George Henderson said, gesturing toward the suburbs where Curry resides. “But he came here. He picked us. And he has consistently blessed us. This is not the first or second time. He’s come by, on a whim, and spent one-on-one time with just our after-school kids.”
Curry was the ceremonial ribbon-cutter for the Stephen and Ayesha Curry Family Foundation Education Lab, a room within the rec center that features laptops, printers and headsets. Oakland city council member Dan Kalb also attended the unveiling. “To be able to go in and become smarter, become confident and more intelligent as human beings, is important,” Curry said. “We really want you to enjoy that space.”