Stephen Curry

Short bio: 

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.


Golden State Warriors
Attn: Stephen Curry
1011 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94607-4019


Submitted by George McLaird (not verified) on

Thanks for your assessment of Mr. Trump as an 'asset.' Our President's maturity level ranges from 5 years old to 14. He is trapped in a mental disease caused by arrested development. Will he every grow up, it's possible but highly unprovable. Should anyone give you a bad time about your 'ass-et' comment please refer them to this note. Blessings galore to you, the USA and world.

Submitted by Kris Dankers (not verified) on


I went to Liberty where Seth played, met you, your brother, mother and father. We took a picture but can't find it now. Anyways, I have always cheered for you and your family. Your my brother in Christ, I like that you speak out about your faith. Thanks for what you do and I can tell your grateful to God for the blessings he has given you. I do have to say I was a little bummed when you spoke out against Trump and not only that but call him an Ass. I know you supported Hilary and that is fine but regardless of who the president is, if you Agee or not it is important to show respect to the position and the process. God bless you brother...

Submitted by Tequaan Hicks (not verified) on

Stephen Curry I Really Love You

Submitted by Matthew Gardner (not verified) on

Hi Stephen Curry, My name is Matthew Gardner. I would really like to see you on your next visit to Atlanta, Georgia, I have a jersey and shoes by you. I think you are the best basketball player I have ever seen. I truly hope I can see you on your visit,

Submitted by omarion (not verified) on

hey was up curry u are my favorite basketball player

Submitted by Ella mason (not verified) on

Hey I am a huge fan and I want to know if you could give me a pair of your shoes. If so can they be signed. I love basketball and I want to be as good as u someday. Could you send me ur number. I would love to meet u. It is my dream. Please let me meet u or give me ur phone number or signed shoes. Again I am a huge fan and I would die to meet u. U r amazing. Win the trophy this year

Submitted by Rochell Cowans (not verified) on

Hey Stephen I just wanted you to know what an inspiration you are to my son. He's 8 and he got baptized when he was 7 and then he started playing basketball for the YMCA he never really watched basketball before. When he seen that you put God first you became the best person in the world to him under God lol .

Submitted by Tracey Bowman (not verified) on

Drove 1000 miles to take our 14 yr old son to see you play against the Bulls only to get there and we were sold fake tickets. Scrounged to purchase more tickets just to get in the door after the long trip. Had to sit at the very top row and he could barely see you, but he loved every minute of it. You are his idle so maybe we can try again one day!

Submitted by Nat Fruci (not verified) on

Stephen, I have not seen an apology for your disrespectful reference to President Trump as an asset without the et. God put him as President and we have to respect those in authority as Christians even if we do not agree with them. I hope you will pray about this and do the right thing. God has gifted you and I pray that you will use them to glorify Him and be a good example especially to our youth who follow you.
Nat Fruci from Charlotte, NC

Submitted by Vanessa Osborn (not verified) on

Hi there, I'am a mum of a sixteen year old boy. I just wanted to let you know that he is a big big fan of your's. He watches your you tube videos everyday, you are a great role model for him. Thank you.

Submitted by Cavalier fan4 (not verified) on

Don't choke this year when y'all play kyrie and lebron #Dontblow3-1lead

Submitted by Angela (not verified) on

Hello. My name is Angie. I am a disabled women I have Cerebral Palsy which effects my mobility and speech. I am a big fan of the Warriors I watch every game. My favorite player is Sephen Curry along with the whole team, I don't own anything from the team cause I can't really afford it. My dream one day is to go to a Warriors game. Angela Cooke

Submitted by Barrett Tipps (not verified) on

You are awesome keep on having a great year.I live in Alabama so I don't get to see you play on tv very much but I keep up with with every game.

Sincerely Your fan Barrett Tipps

Submitted by Ulysse (not verified) on

Hey Stephen Curry my name is Ulysse and I am nine. I live in Dakar,Senegal. I love basketball and I am a point guard like you. I just wanted to wish you good luck for the play off's. I was also wondering if you could answer on this email.Do not stop with the three pointers.

Thank you, Ulysse

Submitted by Kimberly (not verified) on

To whom it may concern,

My name is Kimberly and I am writing this letter in regards to the Golden State Warriors Basketball organization. This letter is me asking the organization to produce party supplies for kids. My son is a big Golden State Warriors fan and so I'm planning him a Golden State Warriors theme 10th Birthday Party. However the only party supplies I was able to find were napkins and balloons from party city online. Not even in store or on the fan website.  I live in the Southern California area and still I can't find anything for my child party. My son is a huge fan of the team and I have spent hundreds of dollars buy players shoes and warriors apparel. And to not have any party supplies for kids isn't right! I can't even find any party supplies with Stephen Curry on it and that's his favorite player and a person he admire. I just feel that there are kids who really love and admire the team, like my son. But yet there no supplies for their parties. As a supportive parent to my son who's a big fan of the Golden State Warriors I’m asking for just a little support or compensation from the organization. It's my son's 10th B-Day and it will mean a lot to him and myself if something can be done about this situation.

At this point I didn't know what else to do but reach out to this organization and let it be known that kids need party supplies to celebrate their favorite team and players on their special day.

-Thank you!

Submitted by Hawo OHamed (not verified) on

HI, my name is Hawo I am a 7th-grade student at FIfthy third street school I love you Stephen curry I just really want to meet you! I and my friends are truly your #! fans I aw if we made the best code we can chat with you live oi wanted to enter the contest soi can finally meet you! I love golden state warriors!

Submitted by Misty (not verified) on

Hello I have a student on my bus he is in a wheelchair he love you guys don't miss a game he always wears your tee shirt he started playing basketball with a team so exciting he looks up to you all I have a pic of him but don't know how to send it he would love to meet you some day he I a cool kid he lives in Tracy ca

Submitted by Maha (not verified) on

I don't know much about basketball but my two younger cousins are big fans of yours and I was wondering if I could get signed jerseys from you for their graduation? It would make their day and they would be really thrilled! I would also become their favorite cousin of all time!
Thank You

Submitted by Egor Tarasyuk (not verified) on

Hi Steph. My name is Egor Tarasyuk and I am 10 years old and in 4th grade.I live in Livingston, New Jersey and my zip code is 07039. I have never went to a basketball game before. I play ice hockey and basketball. You are my all time favorite player. I have two little sisters named Anya and Ivanka. I really love watching you on youtube. Your 3-pointers are sick! Lastly, I would like to say that I would appreciate if you gave me and my family 5 tickets to go to one of your games and I would also apreciate if you would let me meet you. Thank you so much and I hope that you email me back.

Submitted by Daniel everett (not verified) on

Hey Steph, I love your game and you as an athlete. It would be awesome if you would promote Jesus more given your platform in this world. John 3:16

Submitted by Jojo (not verified) on

Hey steph, I saw u play all your games great job!! I wanted to see if I could come see you soon and or next basketball year and go to one of your games! You met my friend grant and his sister and played with them!! Thanks for that!! Hope I can see you soon!! Good luck! Congratulations on winning the 2017 season

Submitted by Tony Rotella (not verified) on

Very bad move! Your team has lost my total respect and I will no longer support your team!

Submitted by Patricia Dizmang (not verified) on

I'm a Physician in Napa, Ca. I've followed your team, been so proud of you. I need to express my sincere disappointment in your turning down the invitation of our President in his congratulating your team on the NBA win. So many people love and follow you and your team. It is so vital for all of us Americans to be united politically. You influence more people than you can imagine, including so many young people. I know you're a family person and I hope a Christian. Please attend the white house meeting; support our country. This is also for the coach Mr. Kerr whom I've always loved and respected. Please don't let our country down

Submitted by Rod Sanchez (not verified) on

I am disappointed , too. Curry is an extremely overrated player. He has poor footwork compared to Michael Jordan, over-dribbles- cannot drive properly ( all over the place like a circus clown) travels often ( Lebron does too and is not nearly as smooth as M.J.) Curry has poor shooting form as well. He needs to correct all of that. When he misses, he misses BAD. There are shooting coaches whop would wipe the floor with Cuirry in a "HORSE" contest. Curry is the EPITOME of the modern generation. He is a SPOLIED ROTTEN, supremely arrogant, sheltered, had everything he ever wanted on a silver spoon, dainty , little sissy..... He is a petulant 7th grade child. I cannot even stand his face- ugly, bad teeth face...Curry is the most primma donna ARROGANT athletes I have EVER seen- it is off the charts over the top arrogance. He is NO M.J.- not even close. Even M.J. would not be entitled to act that arroganrt.Curry isa high struing militant always looking to fight people on the court. He is a real loser. Nobody ever has the guts to talk about all the racist minorities- they are just as bad the white supremesists etc. The media does not have the guts to call the minorities out. Hopefully , Curry is not ... However ,Curry is extremely overrated, plays in a SOFT league with defense non-existence on the perimter T.J. MCConnell made that punk Curry AIR BALL a three. CVury would never last in the 1996 era- Pippen would be all over him. Defenders EVEN the FEW who try are rarelya s skilled as Gary Payton and Pippen PLUS they are limited with soft, soft rules. Nobody even cares about or watches the NBA anymore. It is a PATHETIC PRODUCT-a glorified 3 point shoot around with ZERO perimeter defense. A DISGRACE! Curry is probabaly doing steroids, too. Look at the dramatic difference in buiild. Curry is a punk. He is not even 1/4 the player M,.J. was......

Submitted by Tiffany Rodriguez (not verified) on

Dear Stephen Curry

Hello my name isTiffany And my son is 13 yrs old. He is a big fan n looks just like u. The reason y I'm writing u is because my son loves ball but he is seriously struggling in school because every1 says he looks like u n he took that to the head n his grade level went low. I don't mind him being ur fan kuz u a great role model but I would love u to meet him and talk some sense in this boy head that education is the key to b successful. Thank u in advance!

Sincerely Yours,
Tiffany Rodriguez
P.S: hope to hear from u soon!!!

Submitted by Tom Cathcart (not verified) on

Hey there, I would encourage you to reconsider your statement about NOT visiting the White House. Don't let your emotions override just plain old good manners. Heck, I have said that I wouldn't want to eat dinner with our former President but that is totally the wrong way to look at it. Take your rawest emotion about Trump and double it and you'll have an idea about how I felt for about 8 years. Not right but it was so. I hope you understand that your visibility as an NBA player has quite an effect. Nothing wrong with a viewpoint but the intent can be hurtful and harmful. Have fun......TC

Submitted by Cathe (not verified) on

I attend this tournament every year and decided to bring my 5 year old grandson, as is a HUGE Stephen Curry fan. He has been anticipating the trip for months. We got to the tournament at 9am and anxiously awaiting him to finish on the 18th hole to get his autograph. Waiting that long for a 5 year is definitely a challenge. Stephen came and went and totally ignored the kids even after they begged for an autograph. My grandson sat in the seats in the edge closest to where the players must pass and begged. All to break down and start crying.

It's unfortunate that players don't take the time or even acknowledge the children. He was crushed. All spectators around us knew he had been waiting all day. Broke my heart to see him cry and ask why wouldn't he stop when others would?

Submitted by Janie Ayala (not verified) on

My best friend Debbie Pua lives in Salinas, Ca. She has terminal bladder cancer.  She has been given 3 weeks to 2 months to live as of today 

She is the biggest Steph Curry fan. One of her last wishes is to meet him. 

If there is any way possible that her last wishes be granted, it would mean the world to her.

I can be contacted at:

Janie Ayala

(831) 578-144

Thank you

Submitted by Ilias chalifoux (not verified) on

Hey Steph, I'm 17years old... born and raised in Canada, your my idol and role model, eventually I'll be where you are. I've been practicing my three becoming the best shooter in my league. Eventually I'll going to try beat your record for threes my record is 50... I wear your shoes and wrist band because they help me believe, but like you and I both know the lord is the main key... because I am a son of the lord, he gave me the ability to play basketball and all I want to do is make him proud. I hope sometime w can meet, it will be awesome to have a 3 point contest or a game of horse or pig...

Submitted by Lynn Wilson (not verified) on

Aiden,our grandson,7 yrs.old,had a birthday on September 7th,17 a big fan of yours. I thought it would be real cool if he could hear or whatever you can do,from his favorite basketball player. Ever since Aiden was 5 he would watch your games. On a team he would fake shots,look for openings,making good passes and scoring a lot of points. Parents were so amazed how he played the game so well at the age of 5yrs.old.that's all they would talk about.Aiden always bounces the ball around the house continuesly.He lives for basketball because of watching your talent. The presents he always asks for is always Steph Curry items.Aiden would be so very,very EXCITED!!! Thank You for your time.Have a great season.Lynn&Richard (Busia&Dzia-Dzia) Grandma&Grandpa in Polish.

Submitted by Lynn Wilson (not verified) on

I would like him to send my grandson a message or what he can do .Thak you!!!

Submitted by James Ishikawa (not verified) on

It might be fun if you parry Mr. Durant's NIKE plug with offense rather than defense:
For 7 footers, and giants like Durant, NIKE might be the shoe for you.
BUT - If you build your game on shooting and movement and quickness - if you strive to corrode your opponent's defensive and hopelessly frustrate and destroy your opponent's psyche - If you wish to dazzle and dance with magic that sometimes seems impossible - then wear Under Armour's Curry 3ZERO - the shoe that inspires magic, the shoe that slays the giants, the shoe that Stephen Curry wears in the land of giants - although you could make a good argument for Dorothy's Ruby slippers if you're just lounging around the house.

Too bad you're not a KNICK.

Submitted by Sherene Hawkins (not verified) on

Steph Curry is my son's favorite basketball star & wish that he could contact him or surprise him on his birthday.. February 5th

Submitted by Bruce Hays (not verified) on

Congratulations on your success! This is a long shot but will you fly me out to watch you play one game? I'd like to just shoot around with you and talk....we can play some horse or around the world. Thanks. Bruce

Submitted by Mike Banashak (not verified) on


Your off hand or non-shooting hand has many problems. It is very poor form. You need to correct this to be even better. Just because you found a way to compensate does not mean it is efiicent and it is very prone to error. You plam the ball when shooting as well and your elbow is out a lot...... I have been studying this since fall of 1993. Correct your form! Kobe's was far superior and correct.The modern NBA is the worst it has ever been and you guys have no footwork or fundamentals . You are MILKES behind lebron and Lebron is MILES behind Michael Jordan in twermns of basketball fundamental skills..... The 1996 Bulls wuold have easily beaten you guys.....

Submitted by Annie Wright (not verified) on

Stephen, We are so very disappointed in you as a leader of so many in this country, including kids, including all races of people, that you would disrespect the office of the President of this great country that has given you so much. No matter how you feel about a current President, the least you can do is give respect. We will never feel the same about you or the joy and pride we have felt watching your great abilities on the court. We cannot respect you either!

Submitted by Ryan McDougall (not verified) on

Stephen Curry is a punk, an extremely overrsted playe, an entitked spoiled brat, impressibg only this lazy modern fundamentally unsound generation who inows next to nothing about baketball. You aee a loser, Curry. You will never be anywhere near the players Tim Duncan, Kobe and Michael were.....Wilt, Russell, Kareem Hakeem are all REAL NBA players. Curry has poor shooting form and is a ball watcher. You are UNATHLETIC, too. Pippen could easily guard this punk arrogant joke of a olayer. Nobody even watches todayxs NBA It is the WORST EVER, Greetings from Scotland. Thank you, President Trump, you are a wonderful man for standing up to Curry the brat.

Submitted by Penny (not verified) on

Coming from a military family where war took some of my relatives, I am very disappointed that the team I love could show such disrespect for the National Anthem and decline an invite to the White House. The potential was there for the team to give President Trump feedback to heal your nation. Your country is divided because you are all participants in this discord. To Stephan Curry I would say "what would Jesus do"? You say you are a Christian so be one and make a difference even in your President's life. A concerned Canadian Citizen that sees two wrongs will not make it right. Please use sound wisdom and act out what is right and be the example. All the sports teams acting in this manner owe a great apology to the person's in the graves that allowed you the freedom to play your sport. Don't be hypocrites. Impressed with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Behaving the way your team should have. Heart broken because I love your team and thought your actions would be respectful not damaging. Please consider my comments. Don't take your freedoms for granted, it cost lives to enjoy it. Decide to help your President, he needs you to be part of the solution not add to the problem. A Canadian basket ball player, coach and referee. You win when you are a team, Your nations needs TEAM! Thank you

Submitted by Frank Plains (not verified) on

Hey Stef,

Why not go tell Trump to his face he is wrong and propose solutions to the problem that is being protested. Instead your points are trivialized.

Submitted by Steve (not verified) on

Plan and simple, you are a punk, and you need to learn the definition of respect.

Submitted by Dr Howard Peters (not verified) on

We have not met and probably never will.
Thank you and yours for being the adult in the room in the exchanges of the last week.
Howard Peters Ph.D. J. D.

Submitted by Nj M (not verified) on


I listened to your comments and read your blurb regarding the vicious white supremacist racist attack on NFL and NBA athletes by the Rouge faux-President of the 39%l Trump. It is a strategic move to bring Sharia law (extreme white nationalist evangelicals) and White Nationalism (fascism) center stage in his perpetual racist rallies, specifically targeting white people. Every week is a different divisive issue and a different attack on a different group or person.

With aplomb and dignity, you demonstrated that African-ancestored athletes have First Amendment rights and can address those rights, especially when their rights are impinged upon by the white national police state murdering innocent Black men/boys/women/girls with impunity...

I ask you now; would this not be "the perfect moment and the fertile ground to build a "third force" political party, galvanizing and mobilizing all your millions of fans and disaffected voters of all walks of life who see the handwriting on the wall as it relates to the direction the neo-liberals, the neo-conservatives, the neo-fascist, and the neo-Nazis are taking the country and global countries?

If the professional athletes can protest a fascist anthem and song that glorifies war on the one and genocide, slavery, ineffable suffering of millions of people around in the name of white supremacy racism; can't we seize this moment to mobilize the masses and take this country into a whole new direction? A direction that will be, once and for all, of, by, and for the people. if all celebrities" across the spectrum, the Oprah's, Magic, LaBron, Kaepernick, Jordan, Denzel, Isaiah Washington...Clooney, DeNiro, Sarandon...and the list goes on and coalesce with Jill Stein, Cornell West, Chris Hughes, Glen Ford (Black Agenda Report)...and countless others who would help/contribute, and leadership in a monumental movement to throw off the coming wave of white fascist annihilation of the masses, deconstruction of Constitutional government, and the installation of an eminent dictatorship. You see how and what Trump thinks about Black people and if he has his way what he will do, which is take us back to the Antebellum, pre-Civil War era.

Stephen, if you came into the Black disenfranchised communities across the nation, creating a platform with other athletes with like minds and do something that has not ever been before; talk to the masses; create rallies for political power; it can be done! If you see the vision that I see as a result of Sunday's protest in the face of the Trump Alabama attack...we could be well on our way to the "real" great society!

Submitted by Celeste (not verified) on

Hello Steph,

You are my favorite basketball player because you're a follower of Christ, a great husband and father, humble, and your great GOD-given talents. As Christians, it doesn't matter what others are doing, we must always be obedient to GOD's word. With this being said, we must keep those in authority in prayer which means praying for President Donald Trump. GOD doesn't care about our opinions! We must do what right in GOD's eyes first! Speaking against the President isn't pleasing unto the LORD as the Bible says to pray for him!

1 Timothy 2King James Version (KJV)

2 I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men;

2 For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.

3 For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;

Submitted by Jorge Rojas (not verified) on

My son was told because he was the shortest in his class he couldn’t play basketball. After watching Curry play and YouTubing his story he is inspired to be the best ball player alive. He is now in the toddler basketball team and works very hard in both school and his sports. I want to thank you Curry for being determined because now my son believes he can do anything even though he’s short or small for his age.

Submitted by Bradley mitchell (not verified) on

Hi my name I'd Bradley mitchell - I am a supporter of the Black leopards under 14 Basket ball team in Brentwood Essex - - with several player which would really like to see some interest from the NBA in the weekly post after each match on face book - it would be a real boost for the team to have some comments from followers and Maybe some real NBA players the sport is growing in the uk and would be great for some support from the real deal in the USA - on Facebook the team is known as (black leopards U14s)I hope you and anyone in the NBA can reply and make some young players of the game happy boys - best regards Bradley mitchell ( Supporter and photographer for the team)

Submitted by Darlene M Pohlman (not verified) on

This is a one in a million request for Stephen Curry. I will be bringing my Grandson Brayden to see you play at the Piston - vs - Warriors game December 8, 2017. I know its asking alot if at all possible we could get a picture with Curry and Brayden. His Dad is a fan of Lebron James and Brayden loves Curry. When the Warriors and Cleveland play its war at there house. So being a Grandma I want to make Brayden one happy Grandson. So please say you will do it.. Thanks Grandma Darlene Pohlman

Submitted by Michael Walker (not verified) on

I just want to let you know that you are my hero Stephen. Thank you for getting me into basketball( I might be attending your camp)

Submitted by Dan Groulx (not verified) on

Mr. Curry, My daughter has been asking us for years to try and get tickets to watch you play. We live in Indiana so you can imagine how hard that is. Madie has been doing so good in school that we have decided to take a trip to the west coast over spring break to watch a game. We are also trying to get reservations at your wives restaurant. Anything you can do to better her experience would be fantastic. Thank you and GO WARRIORs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Submitted by L J Mitchell (not verified) on

From one Christian to another I am asking with all my heart that you would be a leader and not kneel. This is not the format to protest violence. Do you have any idea how many policeman have been murdered since all of the kneeling has started? Too many. No one wants innocent blood on their hands. I know America has many problems but where else could you go and make the money you are making bouncing a ball? I would like to challange every athelete to start a boys and girls club in a poor area so all those prescious lives could be off the street--have a safe place to go and have someone to help them with their homework to help further their education. Please consider this. In Christen Love. L J Mitchell.

Submitted by Valerie Moore (not verified) on

I know you probably receive a million messages like this daily but I thought what's the worst thing to saying no. We live in Biloxi, Mississippi.....and my son is a HUGE Golden State Warrior fan especially of you Stephen Curry. Is there ANYWAY he would have a chance at meeting and maybe getting an autograph and picture with you this coming Monday, December 4th in New Orleans? I just scored some great seats from a friend and plan to surprise my son. This would MAKE his year! Thank you!


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