Stephen Curry Bio, Age, Family, Net Worth, Shooting, Highlights and News

Stephen Curry (Wardell Stephen Curry II) is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball

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Stephen Curry Biography

Stephen Curry (Wardell Stephen Curry II) is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association. He is best known for winning the MVP award in two years consecutively, and In May 2016 he was the first person to be named MVP by unanimous vote in NBA.

Stephen Curry Age

Stephen Curry was born on March 14, 1988, in Akron, Ohio, United States. He is 30 years old as of 2018

Stephen Curry Family

Stephen Curry was born in Akron Ohio to Sonya (née Adams) and Dell Curry. His father played for Cleveland Cavaliers. The family grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina where his father spent most of his NBA career with the Charlotte Hornets

He is the oldest child of his parents and has a brother named Seth, who is also a professional basketball player signed to play for Dallas Mavericks, and a sister named Sydel, who plays volleyball at Elon University.

Stephen Curry Married

On July 30, 2011, Stephen Curry married his longtime girlfriend, a Canadian-American actress, celebrity cook, cookbook author, and television personality, Ayesha Alexander. The two are blessed with three children: two daughters Riley (b. 2012), Ryan (b. 2015), and son Canon (b. 2018).

Stephen Curry Height

The Golden State warriors star is 1.91 m.

Stephen Curry Photos

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Stephen Curry Career

In Davidson College, Stephen Curry played his first college game against Eastern Michigan. While he could only score 15 points in the game, committing 13 turnovers, he showed his mettle in the next game against Michigan, scoring 32 points. becoming the second scorer in the nation with an average of 21.5 points per game, where he earned the title of Southern Conference freshman of the year that season.

In his record-breaking 122 three-pointers as a freshman in the first season with an even more pleasing performance in the 2007-08 season. The MVP winning award led Davidson Wildcats to their first NCAA Tournament since 1969 and continued their winning streak for 22 games.

During his earlier years, he became Davidson’s all-time leading scorer with 34 points and also scored a career-high 44 points against Oklahoma on November 18, 2008. He came on top the previous school leader, John Gerdy, in total points and became the NCAA scoring leader that season.

After leaving Davidson College without completing his senior year to play NBA. He was later chosen by the Golden State Warriors as the seventh overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft.

Showcasing his shooting skill right from the beginning, he hit a record 166 three-pointers as a rookie in the league history. never the less, repeated injuries and the fact that he played for a weak team mostly kept him out of the limelight during the next two seasons.

During the 2012-13 season, after recovering fully from his ankle sprain injury and along with his other teammate Klay Thompson, he earned the nickname “The Splash Brothers” for their record combined three-pointers in a season. During the season, he himself scored 272 three-pointers to set an NBA record.
Curry helped his team win 24 consecutive matches, which totaled to 73 total wins, an all-time NBA record. Curry, despite suffering an injury, he led the Warriors to their second straight NBA Finals, but even his record of 27 three-pointers made in a finals match failed to save the game for the team.
He continued to triumph in a number of records during the 2015-16 season, including his own record, once again, to take the new maximum three-pointers tally to 402. He also became the first player in NBA history to be selected the Most Valuable Player unanimously.

Stephen Curry broke numerous three-point NBA records in the 2016–17 season and surpassed 300 three-pointers for the second time in NBA history, finishing with 324. His team bagged a playoff berth by February 25, 2017, becoming the fastest team to do so in NBA history.

Stephen Curry Net Worth

Curry has an estimated net worth of $60. million,

Stephen Curry Number | Position

The Golden State Warriors player’s number is 30.

Stephen Curry Team

The MVP award winner plays for Golden State Warriors as a #30 / Point guard, Shooting guard

Stephen Curry Points| 3 Points | Scores

Stephen Curry has a total point of 15,630 with a total of 2,344 3 pointers.

Stephen Curry Shooting

Stephen Curry Career Stats

Season

Age

Tm

Lg

Pos

G

GS

MP

FG

FGA

FG%

3P

3PA

3P%

2P

2PA

2P%

eFG%

FT

FTA

FT%

ORB

DRB

TRB

AST

STL

BLK

TOV

PF

PTS

2009-10

21

GSW NBA

PG

80

77

36.2

6.6

14.3

.462

2.1

4.8

.437

4.5

9.5

.474

.535

2.2

2.5

.885

0.6

3.9

4.5

5.9

1.9

0.2

3.0

3.2

17.5

2010-11

22

GSW NBA

PG

74

74

33.6

6.8

14.2

.480

2.0

4.6

.442

4.8

9.6

.498

.551

2.9

3.1

.934

0.7

3.2

3.9

5.8

1.5

0.3

3.1

3.1

18.6

2011-12

23

GSW NBA

PG

26

23

28.2

5.6

11.4

.490

2.1

4.7

.455

3.5

6.7

.514

.583

1.5

1.8

.809

0.6

2.8

3.4

5.3

1.5

0.3

2.5

2.4

14.7

2012-13

24

GSW NBA

PG

78

78

38.2

8.0

17.8

.451

3.5

7.7

.453

4.5

10.1

.449

.549

3.4

3.7

.900

0.8

3.3

4.0

6.9

1.6

0.2

3.1

2.5

22.9

2013-14

25

GSW NBA

PG

78

78

36.5

8.4

17.7

.471

3.3

7.9

.424

5.0

9.8

.509

.566

3.9

4.5

.885

0.6

3.7

4.3

8.5

1.6

0.2

3.8

2.5

24.0

2014-15

26

GSW NBA

PG

80

80

32.7

8.2

16.8

.487

3.6

8.1

.443

4.6

8.7

.528

.594

3.9

4.2

.914

0.7

3.6

4.3

7.7

2.0

0.2

3.1

2.0

23.8

2015-16

27

GSW NBA

PG

79

79

34.2

10.2

20.2

.504

5.1

11.2

.454

5.1

9.0

.566

.630

4.6

5.1

.908

0.9

4.6

5.4

6.7

2.1

0.2

3.3

2.0

30.1

2016-17

28

GSW NBA

PG

79

79

33.4

8.5

18.3

.468

4.1

10.0

.411

4.4

8.3

.537

.580

4.1

4.6

.898

0.8

3.7

4.5

6.6

1.8

0.2

3.0

2.3

25.3

2017-18

29

GSW NBA

PG

51

51

32.0

8.4

16.9

.495

4.2

9.8

.423

4.2

7.1

.595

.618

5.5

5.9

.921

0.7

4.4

5.1

6.1

1.6

0.2

3.0

2.2

26.4

2018-19

30

GSW NBA

PG

41

41

34.3

9.8

19.8

.493

5.2

11.6

.451

4.5

8.1

.554

.626

4.4

4.8

.923

0.7

4.4

5.1

5.3

1.1

0.3

2.9

2.5

29.2

Career NBA

666

660

34.4

8.1

17.0

.479

3.5

8.0

.438

4.6

9.0

.515

.582

3.7

4.1

.905

0.7

3.8

4.5

6.7

1.7

0.2

3.1

2.

Stephen Curry Injury Update

Curry has missed the last 10 games with a groin injury

Stephen Curry Wallpaper

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Stephen Curry Points Per Game

Stephen Curry / NBA / Career points per game are 23.5

How Long Has Stephen Curry Been In The Nba

The six-time NBA All-Star joined NBA on June 2009 and picked by Golden State Warriors. He has appeared in 80 games (77 starts) with an average of 17.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 5.9 assists, and 1.90 steals in 36.2 minutes

How Many Points Did Stephen Curry Have

The NBA star had 14 points in his previous game

Stephen Curry In College

The MVP Award winner went to Davidson college between 2006 to 2009, where he played his first collegiate game against Eastern Michigan and became the became the second scorer in the nation with an average of 21.5 points per game and earned the title of Southern Conference freshman of the year that season.

What Nationality Is Stephen Curry

Stephen Carry is American from Akron, Ohio, United States

Stephen Curry Field Goal Percentage

Stephen Curry / NBA / Career field goals percentage stands at .479

When Did Stephen Curry Join The Nba

Curry was selected with the overall pick of seven in the NBA on 25 June 2009 by the Golden State Warriors.

Where Is Stephen Curry Now

Stephen Curry is currently at the Golden State Warriors playing number 30 as a point guard and shooting guard.

Stephen Curry Highlights

Stephen Curry YouTube

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Stephen Curry Interview

Stephen Curry News

Steph Curry Proving You Don’t Need to Dominate the Ball to Dominate the NBA

Published: FEBRUARY 2, 2019

Source: bleacherreport.com

In 2015-16, Stephen Curry solidified himself as one of the most dominant offensive players in NBA history. With incredible handles, footwork and a heap of (warranted) arrogance, the 6’3″, mouthguard-chomping Davidson product revolutionized the game forever by weaponizing his off-the-dribble three-point shooting.

Curry proved he can dominate the league and win at a high level with the ball in his hands. But things change when your team adds two All-NBA talents to the mix in Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins.

Giving up those kinds of touches may seem like a huge sacrifice, but Curry continues to feast because of his uncanny scoring ability as an off-ball threat.

Unsurprisingly, the Golden State Warriors’ acquisition of Durant in the summer of 2016 led to marked changes in Curry’s game. Though it isn’t represented in his usage rate, it’s affected how and where he’s getting his shots.

With Durant acting as more of an offensive focal point, Curry’s pull-up three-point shooting has steadily declined, while his catch-and-shoot three-point shooting has increased. During his MVP season, Curry shot 32.5 percent of his three-pointers off the bounce and only 24 percent off the catch. This year, he’s down pulling up only 23.8 percent of the time and shooting off the catch 34.5 percent of the time.

Getting more off-the-catch shots is a good thing. As is true for most players, Curry is more efficient on those attempts (45.7 percent compared to 44.3 percent). It isn’t as difficult for him to fire away after a pass with his feet set compared to shooting out of his dribbling pocket.

Even though Curry isn’t creating as many off-the-dribble shots for himself as he used to, the Warriors have figured out how to maximize him when he doesn’t have the ball.

Off-guards traditionally curl off pindown screens, which makes them a nightmare to guard. Curry, the NBA’s fourth-fastest moving player on offense this season, constantly puts pressure on defenses by forcing them to expend an exhausting amount of mental energy on him. Dancing around floppy screens and pin downs, he’ll explode out to the three-point line, where he needs less space than anyone to get a shot off.

The relocation three-pointer is a great example of this. Curry will enter the ball to the post or the elbow to allow Durant a chance at isolation. Meanwhile, Curry will cut toward the basket and relocate to one of the two corners.

“They were doing that before I came,” Warriors big man Jordan Bell explained. “He and Klay [Thompson] have really mastered that move. That’s just the natural reaction to when somebody moves the ball, you just naturally relax. I know people are aware of it now. Somebody passes it, they relax. If I don’t have a clear lane to the basket, I’m looking to pass.”

At some point, this went from a reaction to something the Warriors look for multiple times per game to get Curry an easy look from the short corner.

“It kind of all happens out of the flow of the offense,” Curry told reporters. “It’s really hard to come down and call a play or something to get there. It is an easier three, but it just happens in the flow where there’s ball movement and I’m off the ball or I can create in the paint, kick it out and relocate, whatever the case is. But the shots come in all different ways and forms. You just gotta be ready for whatever it is. Any time I get a good look, no matter where it is, I just let it go.”

Curry is shooting a sizzling 51.9 percent from the corners. There may not be a better shot in basketball.

“We don’t want to shoot threes just for the sake of it,” Durant told Bleacher Report. “We want to get good ones. But we also try to find other things inside the three-point line.”

With Curry, almost every shot he takes from that distance is a good one. But his shooting helps him dominate inside the arc as well.

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