Stephen Curry Bio:

First name is pronounced STEFF-in…He and his wife, Ayesha, have one daughter, Riley…Parents are Dell and Sonya Curry…Has two siblings, Seth and Sydel…His father Dell was a star at Virginia Tech and went on to play 16 seasons in the NBA for five different teams, including a 10-year stint with the Charlotte Hornets…Dell is currently a broadcaster for the Charlotte Bobcats…His mother Sonya was a standout on the volleyball team at Virginia Tech…His brother, Seth, completed his career at Duke last season and was signed as a free agent by the Warriors prior to 2013 Training Camp…Has continued to work towards his degree from Davidson since joining the NBA…Received the Joe Dumars trophy as the 2010-11 NBA Sportsmanship Award winner and was once again a candidate for the 2012-13 award, which is voted on annually by NBA players…Was honored with the Eighth Annual Warriors Foundation Community Service Award in 2010 for his outstanding efforts in the community throughout his rookie season…Since his college days at Davidson, has been Champion of the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign, which distributes live-saving, insecticide-treated mosquito nets to protect families across Africa from malaria…Last season launched his Three-For-Three Challenge, in which he donated three bed nets for every three-pointer he made during the season…In July of 2013, traveled to Tanzania with a group from Nothing But Nets in order to distribute bed nets to families at the Nyarugusu Refugee Camp…Has been one of the most active players in terms of community relations efforts during his time with the Warriors…Last season, made a surprise appearance at the Tenderloin Community School awards assembly in San Francisco, helping present awards to deserving students…Following the Warriors 2013 Playoff run, was presented the key to the City of San Francisco by Mayor Edwin Lee as part of a ceremony at City Hall to celebrate the team’s season…Attended the NBA Nation event in San Francisco in May shortly after the Warriors were eliminated from the 2013 NBA Playoffs…Once again this past season, took part in numerous post-game meet & greets with Season Ticket Holders, fans and community groups…In 2011-12, was central to the Warriors first-ever TweetUp, taking part in a post-game Q&A with fans that attended the TweetUp, each of whom received a co-branded T-Shirt that featured the Warriors, Curry and Twitter…In 2010-11, co-sponsored a Feed The Children event with then-teammate Monta Ellis in which the duo helped distribute food boxes to 800 local families during the Warriors Season of Giving…Surprised Lucky Supermarket shoppers by providing them with $75 gift cards to purchase groceries…As part of the Esurance Green Mob, helped encourage local residents to go green and take public transportation by passing out prepaid BART cards on a BART ride from Oakland to San Francisco…Also took part in the Kaiser Permanente Hoops For Health basketball clinic at the team’s practice facility…Additionally, visited a local senior center and took part in the Lucky Thanksgiving food distribution…Purchases 25 tickets to every home game and donates those tickets to various children’s groups who attended games in the Curry’s Corner seating section…An avid golfer, has hosted the Stephen Curry ThanksUSA charity golf tournament at San Francisco’s Presidio Golf Course each of the past three years…Also hosts the annual Curry Celebrity Classic Golf Tournament in Charlotte, along with his father, with all proceeds going to the Ada Jenkins Center in Davidson, NC…Has played in the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament in South Lake Tahoe twice, including a fourth-place finish this past summer, which was the best finish among all active professional athletes…Is very active on social media, interacting with fans and sponsoring monthly #SC30 contests where he gives prizes to fans who provide the best responses to his online challenges…Keeps fans updated on his career and off the court activities on his personal website, www.stephencurry30.com…Is on Twitter @StephenCurry30.


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