Stephen Curry

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Wardell Stephen "Steph" Curry II (born March 14, 1988) is a professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Listed at 6 ft 3 in tall and weighing 190 lb, Curry plays the point guard position and is considered by some to be the greatest shooter in NBA history. The 2015 NBA Most Valuable Player and a two-time NBA All-Star, he is the son of former NBA player Dell Curry.

Curry played college basketball for Davidson. There, he was twice named Southern Conference Player of the Year and set the all-time scoring record for both Davidson and the Southern Conference. During his sophomore year, Curry also set the single-season NCAA record for three-pointers made.

Curry was selected with the seventh overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors. During the 2012–13 season, he set the NBA record for three-pointers made in a regular season with 272. The next season, Curry and teammate Klay Thompson set the NBA record for combined threes in a season with 484 as the pair were given the nickname the "Splash Brothers". In 2014–15, Curry eclipsed his own record by knocking down his 273rd three-pointer on April 9, 2015, finishing the regular season with 286 three-pointers and was named MVP after leading the Warriors to a franchise-record and NBA-best 67 wins on the season.

On May 13, 2015, in a 98-78 win over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 5 of the Western Conference semi-finals, Curry became the fastest player to make 100 three-pointers in the playoffs, reaching the milestone in 28 games. Ray Allen held the previous record at 35. In addition, Curry became the first player in NBA history to have six three-pointers and six steals in a single playoff game. Three days later, in the series-clinching Game 6 victory, Curry made a playoff career-high 8 three-pointers, en route to 32 points, including a buzzer-beater from behind half-court. Curry propelled the Warriors to their first Western Conference Finals since 1976. On May 23, in a 115-80 win over the Houston Rockets in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, Curry broke the record for three-pointers made in a single post-season with his 59th coming in just 13 games.


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Submitted by Laurie - InSpir... (not verified) on

Dear Steph, As I watched the end of the recent game in the final series, I was struck with how personally aggressive and unethical some of your opponents were, and was impressed with how the GSW continued to persevere, showing finesse, true sportsmanship, and integrity. I've been encouraged to see that you honor God with your talent. The Lord put it on my heart to pray for you and the team as you go into this final game of the season. It's interesting how it's also Father's Day. May you know that your Heavenly Father is watching over you and delights in how you honor Him. God gave me these words from the Bible for you and your team, for today in particular: 2 Chronicles 20:15-17..."Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. For the battle is not yours, but God's." "Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged. Go out to face them [today], and the Lord will be with you." You have great talent and team strength, praise God for how you have been blessed. He is pleased with how you shine for His Glory. Continue to praise Him as you play. Blessings to you and the amazing GSW team. You're true All Stars!

Submitted by Laurie - InSpir... (not verified) on

You played valiantly against a tough team. You continued to shine and you displayed true sportsmanship throughout. How you respond in the battle is what truly counts - you've shown great character and you are a strong team. So proud of you. The Lord is with you, watching over you. May you know Him more and more. Blessings to you and your families.

Submitted by O C (not verified) on

Happy Father's day! You shall pursue, and overcome. I pray for you Ephesians 3:20- Now unto him who is able to do far above, abundantly more than you ask or think according to the power that works within us...all glory be unto Christ. You are a winner. May Christ be glorified in you tonight in Jesus name.

Submitted by Will Smith (not verified) on

I'm Will Smith, an undersized, exceptionally skilled high school PG from Arkansas with mediocre athletic ability. I'm a follower of Christ and a lover of basketball and family. Steph Curry, you are my role model. You gave me inspiration and hope. Even though I may never play college basketball, you paved the way for players like me. Not because you aren't as big as LeBron, and not because you don't move as fast or jump as high as Westbrook. It's because you changed the game, through love and dedication. I watched you with my dad and brother at Davidson, I saw you get drafted, I was reminded multiple times of you never being anything in the NBA after your ankle injuries. I was also there when you won your first MVP award, and your first Championship. Then the second MVP. Game 6 in OKC, my dad and brother surprised me with tickets and I came to that game. I cried and I laughed and I've loved all while watching you and the Warriors play. For the past two years I've been called a bandwagon fan because of others jealousy you and the team. The impact you've made on my life without even ever met me has been huge. The love you have for Christ and the example you set for young people is inspiring. It makes me want to shine Gods love and light in this world even more. I understand that Steph Curry sins also, you are not perfect. But God is bigger than the mistakes you and I both make. I've cried tears of joy and tears of sorrow watching the Warriors. Last night my heart was broke for you guys. I hope you enjoy your summer and all the things in life that really matter. You've got the right idea on life and that more than anything is why I would call you my Role Model. You are officially in the same category as my dad and older brother. I hope that I can meet you one day, and also watch you play again.. hopefully this time at home along with the other Dubs fans. As a brother in Christ I say thank you. Thank you for paving the way. Thank you for being who you are. Thank you for inspiring. Thank you, Steph. Thank you.

Submitted by GeorgeDaniel Dixon (not verified) on

Wardell Stephen Curry please come visit my family you have been playing great basketball and can you please share that with me I want to shoot as much as 3's as you can .I would love if you would teach me so I can be as good as you and then you can see me play and I will be shooting as many 3's as you .

Submitted by GeorgeDaniel Dixon (not verified) on

I see all the dedication you put in your games and dances that you do in the court lol . I have never been to any of your games. We live in Georgia so we just watch on the tv. I know we will win next year and tell Riley I said hey and tell your wife she is a greatest cook ever and tell your other baby I also said hey. I hope you will meet us I would really enjoy it

Submitted by GeorgeDaniel Dixon (not verified) on

I know you have thousands of other fans to tend to but will you please come vist us we would really love it I know I must be at the bottom of the list but please let me meet you

Submitted by Georgedaniel Dixon (not verified) on

stephen curry i would love if you would please message me back. I know you many fans ahead of me that want to see you but if you would please just see me i am the biggest fan you will ever get and will ever have please just message me on my email and please tell me if you are coming

Submitted by Earl Mets (not verified) on

24 June 2016

Hi Stephen,

I am just an old guy at 84 serving as an evangelical missionary in Brazil. But I want to tell you how much of an inspiration you are to young and old, especially as an athlete with character and an excellent work ethic.

Your humble attitude, although at the height of fame and fortune, is a testimony to all of us of your high respect for our Living Lord who gave you the talent plus and the determination and dedication needed to excel.

And what a treat to see how you guys do the impossible over and over again in such a harmonious fashion!

No doubt about it. Your team's 73 win season was a great accomplishment! Your 4 losses in the finals, although disappointing, does not diminish what your team had achieved during the long regular season!!

What an encouragement to see a guy like you, a team like yours, and a wonderful family like yours in times like these! Rare indeed!

With gratitude and admiration,
Earl Mets

Submitted by Broheim Jackson (not verified) on

i would say im a fan but that should be self explanatory. but I wanted to say that despite the lose we took in the finals the warriors is still the best and I see many victories in our future. I am a 6'2 and a half junior and I play center I could play other positions but the people here are really short. I live in Virginia and I wanted to let you know watching you play studying your quick release its a gift that cant be copied but it can help my shot and has ive work hard and glad to say I play 3 4 and 5 this year Northumberland High School, Va hope to see many more victories in future and work hard in the off season just as hard during.

Submitted by yola timsit (not verified) on

Hi, on Monday it's my best friend's birthday and she loves steph curry and I was wondering if you could say happy birthday! My best friend would love to meet steph curry, it would mean the world to her if you could say happy birthday!!

Submitted by shaleea sublett (not verified) on

Hi Stephen curry your a good basketball player but one day i was playing a basketball game on my brothers Play station and he had you as a player he kept making 3 pointers and stuff but i didn't think you was real until 2 years later which is today i put on a song called Really Really by Kevin gates and i seen you and i looked at the back of your shirt and i said curry than i was all like that players real and after seeing you and your daughter i started to look you up more and i seen one when you was sitting down and you throw the ball and you made it your the best basketball player ever and even though i'm a girl you inspired me to try harder thank you and hope you wright back

Submitted by Dante Perri (not verified) on

First off you are a great basketball player and a better person. I also have a question. Is the tattoo on your upper left arm a hitmaker or something else?

Submitted by Diane Lee (not verified) on

For the last couple years I have always heard Steph Curry is such a decent, modest, and humble person who gives back to his community. For example, with his ‘Nothing But Nets’ charity he demonstrated his willingness to give back.
I love to watch him play. I teared up watching him accept his MVP trophy.
I was then shocked to learn about his recent basketball camp in Hawaii; 3.5 days with accommodation for $2,250 per child!
It pretty much wipes out all the good thing I knew/heard about him. It is sad see such an outrageous amount for a basketball camp which make him look like just another greedy celebrity.
As much money as he makes, I would have expected him not make such a profit on the camp but instead charge an amount that makes it affordable for the average child to attend. I hate to see him trying to cash in on his fame. It’s so disappointing. I known he turned down a chance to represent our country at the Olympics. I thought he would be resting and not busy trying to make more money.

Submitted by tau (not verified) on

Hey my son had a party with your fatheads and t shirts was awesome

Submitted by T (not verified) on

Dear Stephen curry, I am a true fan of yours. You help me in basketball because when I shoot there is a poster of ur form in my head. I had tried to get your shoes but they weren't in my size. I tried to get your fan mail, and I did. Please give me your mvp shoes I want them badly, your still my favorite player if u don't. Thank you and B-Bye now...

Submitted by T (not verified) on

and I hope to see you at excel....

Submitted by Penny Harris (not verified) on

Your head coach was definitely out-coached by Coach Lue, Do you think that Coach Kern took money to lose the game??? It's time for a new coach.

Submitted by Sean Nunez (not verified) on

Hi Steph my name is Sean Nunez. I'm 11 years old and I'm a basketball player. I would like to meet you and maybe play a little one on one hope you write back thank you!

Submitted by Joshua sutton (not verified) on

Hi i Would like to see you for i can play basketball with you.

Submitted by Rezie Malbas (not verified) on

HI Mr. Curry. i am writing in behalf of my son Christopher that loves you soo mud. He thinks you are the best ever.. that even when he throws garbage or put his clothes in the laundry he says "3 points by Stephen Curry" although he misses a lot lol... we are inviting you for our 8th birthday party GSW theme... who care if the team lost.... still #1 in his heart..

When the last game ended he almost put your shoes in the garbage.. it was mix emotion of anger and sadness... he cried his heart out... thats why we decided to go ahead with the GSW Curry theme party still.. i hope you can pass by...

Submitted by Tanisha (not verified) on

I am your biggest fan! I recently started watching the NBA and now I love it! A girl in my class was always talking about it so I thought that I should watch a game. I live in Toronto so I wanted to watch their game and cheer them at home. I started watching ad got involved into the game! My soft cheering turned into yelling "Go Raptors!!", "Amazing shot Lowry!" and more. After that my family started enjoying watching the games and we continued. One day, I switched to the channel and saw te GSW playing. While watching I saw a player that immediately grabbe my attention by te level of his skill! I saw his jersey# and name. I searched up his name and watched some videos of him! He was incredible!!! Since then Stephen Curry has been my favourite and will always be no matter what people say or do nothing can change my mind!

Submitted by Amina (not verified) on

Hello my son is Stephen curry fan he is 9 yes old. Plz can u email me Cuse I need to tell u something about my son. He is ur biggest fan. Plz reply me at

Submitted by Brendon DeBont ... (not verified) on

Dear Mr. Curry,

I'm inspired by your leadership.Your works and words of wisdom have inspired me to become a better leader. For example, when you got the 2015-16 MVP award and you gave praise to God, it made me want to tell my friends that aren't Christians about Him. Your wisdom would be great to share with my class.

I understand that you are very busy with off-season training, and it's a waste of money to fly down to talk to some middle schoolers, but is there a chance that you would be available to come to my middle school leadership class for a brief interview? I know you'll probably say no, but I wanted to give it try.

If you somehow can, we meet on Monday's for 10 to 10:55 and Wednesday's from 12:50 to 1:45. Specifically, we would like to ask you about your experience in your leadership position- how did you get there? Thank you for taking the time to read this and for your consideration.

I hope you'll at least consider coming down before you decide.

Brendon and the Santa Fe Christian Leadership Class.

Submitted by Bryce Bloode (not verified) on

Hello Steph, My name is Bryce Bloode and I play basketball at New Prairie High School in New Carlisle, IN. I just want you to know I'm a big fan and I always want to get better at basketball. I want to know how I could get invited to your select camp. I'd want to practice and get advice from you on how to be a better shooter and player in general. I hope you have a great year this year. Get back to me as soon as you can.

Bryce Bloode

Submitted by Matt (not verified) on

I just watched an interview with you at a Tech conference and the host asked you "Hillary or Trump?" You said Hillary. I thought I heard you were a devout Christian yet you claim to support a woman that supports abortion and homosexual behavior. We need to show these people love but never condone their sin. Hillary sold her soul years ago. How about you?

Submitted by Isabell Clark (not verified) on

You are my favorite basketball player in the whole world. I love watching u play.

Submitted by Trish Ditta (not verified) on

I'm a MImi & I've raised my grandson since he was 31/2 yrs old. Brock is 11 now. I'm bringing him to New Orleans to see you play. Brock wanted to be where he could see you , so I'm surprising him with tickets on the end where you & your warriors will be coming out . He loves you & when he plays basketball he does all your moves! Brock says he wants to be an NBA player. So Thank you for being his motivation! See you at the game!

Submitted by angel Calderon (not verified) on

Curry im one of your Favorite fans go gsw and go curry 30 "i can do thing..." also idk but if its possible or impossible if u can get currys2 for me please i don't have your shoes everywhere i try to.get some pairs of currys i can't cause theres not more curry twos and also i went to the underarmour factory and theres no curry twos there they ran out but if u can please i need some and i will thank you forever i wanna know your shooting form and if u can or want my size are 9.5

Submitted by Andrew (not verified) on

I have been getting bullied by my classmates for wearing the Curry 2.5's. I don't know if you will ever see this but I feel like you should know.

Submitted by Nevaeh (not verified) on

The day I started basketball was the day I fell in love with the sport. You are propably the best player I watch everytime the warriors play. With your record of 405 threes this year you are so amazing! I would love to meet you. I'm a point guard on my team in Cushing, Ok and I want the chance to meet you someday! So bad. I love how much you bring Christianity on the court too, I think that is amazing for people to see God is everything. He gave you this talent and you are thankful for it! Thank you!
-Nevaeh skinner

Submitted by Becky (not verified) on

What are the chances of my 91 year old grandma meeting her favorite athlete? We live in Minnesota and could come the game vs the Timberwolves:)

Submitted by Kristine Pech (not verified) on

Hello I am a single mom of a 11 year old boy named Marcus Pech and he is your biggest fan in my eyes. I am taking him to your game tomorrow in Denver for his Christmas presant. This is all he wanted is to see you play in person. He wears a mouth gaurd to play and he has to do the two ball dribble before all of his games. I just wanted to say thank you for being a good roll model for kids. My son has big dreams and he is looking up to you it gives me hope. So thank you very much for being a wonderfull person.
Mom of a fan
Kristine Pech

Submitted by Tanisha Higgs (not verified) on

I'm a single mother who has been raising her 10yr old. He hasn't gotten into basketball until you came along, now you're all he talks about. He loves all sports but I've been having problems finding a basketball camp for him. His birthday is 4 days before Christmas. I live in NY and will spend my last for him to meet you. Thats all he wants. Please respond!

Submitted by Joseph Sandon ( Sr ) (not verified) on

My Grandson is only 6 years old but plays under 8 He is so much taken up with you that he has shaven his head with your initials at the back of his head
& also with the Golden Gate Bridge. The other night he was crying in his room , & his Mother asked him why he was crying he said he wanted to change his name to STEPHEN CURRY .His Birthday is on 27th Nov: I am just wondering if you could PLEASE. PLEASE send him a poster with your signiture addressed to CRUIZE SANDON .ill see if I can send you the pictures of his hair cuts.
The Address is : CRUIZE SANDON
PERTH 6065
Thanking you in Anticipation Joseph Sandon ( Sr )
P.S. I will pay all costs involved. Thanks !!!!!!!!

Submitted by Cynthia welch (not verified) on

Stephen Curry I don't know where to begin to tell you the influence you have on my 10 year old daughter, she has played basketball ball since She was 6 she says she wants to be just like curry .Well her father and I asked asked her what she would she like for Christmas this year and her answer was I would like to meet Stephen curry she said mom my dream is to watch him play in a live game and shake his hand he is the best she says Stephen curry is the most amazing basketball player I have ever seen she has 2 of your jerseys, a pair of your shoes, 4 of your caps and one of your t-shirts so I looked up your next game that was close enough to wear I could afford to take her which was in Memphis on December 10th and when you ran out on that floor the look on my baby girls face was priceless it brung tears to my eyes she was not mad that the warriors lost the game she said the warriors are are still the BEST!
After the game she tried so hard to meet you but the security ran her off said she had to have a pass that we knew nothing about I begged everybody in that FedEx forum to please please sell me a pass as my little girl sit there a cried just wanting to shake your hand you are her hero. I intend on trying to save the money to bring her to another game if you know how I can get my baby girl a pass to meet you and make her dream come true please let me know thank you very much for ready this,
Your greatest fans Jessica and her mom Cynthia

Submitted by Sharon windley (not verified) on

Hi, I have a 7 years old son. He's a die hard fan of yours. All he does is watch your highlights and games. His dream is to meet you in person. I got him tickets to your game on January 25th against Charlotte hornets as a Christmas gift. Is there any way possible he can meet you in person at that game???

Submitted by James lane (not verified) on

Dear mr. Curry I am a father of a 12 year old daughter her name is Isabella Lane. She has been playing basketball for the last three years she's almost 6 foot tall anyway she looks up to you as a mentor both spiritually and athletic. We recently moved from the south to the north where down south she excelled in basketball end up here she had tryouts yesterday and the coach told her she needs to learn the fundamentals of basketball. What I'm asking of you is nothing monetary just maybe some words of encouragement for my daughter which is my heart. She gives 100% in any sport she plays and not making the basketball team was heart-wrenching for her and me. She is very spiritual loves God love her church what I'm asking is if you could maybe message her on my email address and let her know not to give up the good fight and treat this as a learning experience instead of something negative. If you could do this for her I know it would lift your spirits, Respectfully yours Isabella's dad

Submitted by peggy baker (not verified) on

is this a reliable address to send a photo taken by my grandson at one of steph curry's games? is there a specific size of photo that needs to be sent?

Submitted by Cory on

The address listed is good for contacting Curry or any other Golden State Warriors player or staff.

As for sending an item to be signed, you are taking a risk doing that. There is no guarantee that the letter will get to the Warriors, that they will have Curry sign it (rather than giving you one of their autographed photos they send out), or that the autographed picture will return safely to you when they mail it back. People do it all of the time in the autograph hound world, but the key is to be emotionally ready to deal with never having that item back again. It is always recommended that you get sentimental/expensive items autographed in-person only and never through the mail.

Submitted by Brayden (not verified) on

Dear Steph curry.
Could u make cancer currys?

Submitted by nevaeh rosemond (not verified) on

HI im Nevaeh and i live an ames iowa im 12 years old and i starting playing basketball when i was 10 and wanted a few pointer now i know i could of asked any other player but picked you because your my favorite player

Submitted by Mrs. A. Wilkins (not verified) on

Hello Mr. Steph Curry,
I'm writing on behalf my daughter, Ally. She is 10yrs old and a youth of faith. She is your #1 fan. She used her own birthday money to purchase your jersey. She watches you playing during a game, and aspires to play with the tenacity and skill as you. She excels in school with her academics making honor roll and receiving awards. Your team will be 2hrs away from our home to play Orlando Magic; however, it's not in our budget due to my need to have surgery on Jan 24th. If you would simply write her back or say he name (Alexandrea Wilkins) during an interview she would be thrilled. We hope to, next time, be able to attend your game. Blessings,
Andrea Wilkins

Submitted by Tyler (not verified) on

Hey curry biggest fan here I love the way you shoot threes and get like 9/10. Your half courts are amazing and I'd love to be like you one day I'd love a pair of your 2.5s signed if your could or a jersey signed your brother is ok but I prefer you by a long shot ps #1 fan but your probably get that a lot thanks for future replies if you have time

Submitted by j. david (not verified) on

Former big fan of SC. No longer after his disgusting treatment of the president. How disrespectful!

Submitted by erin.young on

no not disrespectful it is called freedom of speech and he is a Cristian and loves God a lot and he inspires kids and even me

Submitted by Nat Fruci (not verified) on

I read in the news today that you had a concern about the comment that UnderArmour CEO made that President Trump is an asset to our country. Your comment as published said you agree if you eliminate the et. If you did say this, I consider this respectful and desires an apology. Even though you may not agree with President Trump, we as Christians need to respect those that God chooses to be our leaders. We can disagree with our leaders and still be respectful. I respect you as a great Christian example to our young people so don't ruin it. I like the result of your conversations with Under Armour. Keep it a business relationship and respect the opinions of others even if they do not agree with your opinions. Hope you get and see this email. Keep up the great job with the Warriors. Respectfully, Nat Fruci from Charlotte, NC

Submitted by Shirley Garner (not verified) on

Hi Steph, I am a huge fan of yours, but I am hugely disappointed that you would put your politics into your game. It is devisive! and we don't need anymore of that. We have problems in America, and we need to work together to solve them. I believe that you are a Christian, as I am, but your speech does not show it when you referred to the president. When something is done illegal in a game there is a foul, a consequence. We have too many illegal things going on in our country that go unpunished. i am not against the people, but illegal entry should not be protected, just as any illegal activity. Sanctuary cities should use the more than a billion dollars they get from the gov't to clean up their cities. Take are of the homeless, the mentally ill, the drug invested neighborhoods, etc. Get those able to work get jobs, etc. What a wonderful thing that would be for our citizens and our cities. I can think or many things that could be done to bring people together of all classes, religions, ethnic backgrounds, etc. If people like you would speak up about finding cures instead of bad mouthing the president, we'd begin to find a way to be one nation under God and justice for all. Justice includes consequences for illegal activity. The 90 day ban on immigration is being talked about by corporate leaders as if it were permanent. Their misrepresentation is equal to lying. That is terrible. The countries the President named are the very ones that Obama declared as terrorist nations. For the good of our country we need to work together rather than be divisive! Please keep you politics to yourself unless it is unifying.

Submitted by Bobby Peters (not verified) on


Have always enjoyed your play and values on and off the court and this comment comes in love not a slam. I am disappointed as a fellow Christian that you would use your platform to call our President a ASS as I don't see how that works as a Christian or a role model.
A lot of what our President is accused of is media driven and even the remark on woman could be a issue for woman not allow themselves to be used as a trophy but as a person that is of worth.
I believe he is far from a racist or wants to hurt the LGBT community.
Our nation needs a healing and I believe it could start with role models such as yourself to always gind the good our President needs this he has a long way to go but I believe in our nation and have a blessed day and awesome season.

Submitted by Tim Swafford (not verified) on

Steph Curry makes great decisions on and off the court. Curry in 2020.


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