Stephen Curry G  #30

Current Team: Golden State Warriors

Born: Mar 14, 1988 (27 years old)

Birthplace: Akron, Ohio (United States)

Nationality: United States

Height: 6-3 (191cm)     Weight: 185 (84kg)

Hand: Right

Twitter: http://twitter.com/stephencurry30

Website: http://stephencurry30.com/Home

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/StephenCurryNBA

Current NBA Status: Under Contract (Golden State Warriors)

Free Agent: UFA-2017

Current Agent: Jeff Austin

Draft Entry: 2009 NBA Draft

Early Entry Info: 2009 Early Entrant

Drafted: Round 1, Pick 7, Golden State Warriors

Pre-Draft Team: Davidson (Jr)

High School: Charlotte Christian School [Charlotte, North Carolina]

Stephen Curry News

Stephen Curry Loves Warriors, 2017 Free Agency Isn't Appealing
Stephen Curry cautioned against getting too focused on the long term.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss/ESPN

Stephen Curry Passes LeBron As NBA's Most Popular Jersey
LeBron James, who held the top spot at the end of the regular season, dropped to second.

Antonio Gonzalez/AP

Curry, Green Become First Members Of +1,000 Club
Stephen Curry and Draymond Green became the first players to have a plus/minus over 1,000 for a single season since the NBA began counting the stat in 1997.

Tom Haberstroh/ESPN

Stephen Curry Treated For Dehydration Following Game 5
After his postgame news conference, Stephen Curry appeared to be in discomfort.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss/ESPN

Stephen Curry Has Shot 10-For-38 On Three's Since Fall In Houston
Stephen Curry is shooting 26.3% from three since his Game 4 fall at Houston compared to 44.7 percent in the playoffs beforehand.

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Curry Has Head Contusion Following Hard Fall, Returns To Game
Stephen Curry tumbled over Trevor Ariza and appeared to land on his shoulder and then his head banged hard against the floor.

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Curry Could Become First Player To Defeat Other Four All-NBA First Teamers In Playoffs
Stephen Curry will likely face the other four First Team All-NBA members in Anthony Davis, James Harden, Marc Gasol and LeBron James.

Marc Stein/ESPN

Stephen Curry Has Highest Conference Finals PER Since Amar'e In 2005
Stephen Curry has a PER of 39.3 in the 2015 Western Conference Finals after the first three games.

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Stephen Curry Fined $5K By NBA For Flopping Violation In Game 1 Of WCF
Stephen Curry was fined $5,000 by the NBA for his flopping violation in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals, the league announced.

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Stephen Curry On 62-Footer: We Practice Those Every Day
Stephen Curry made 25 from three-point territory in the series, while the Grizzlies made 24.

Shaun Powell/NBA.com

Kerr Wants Curry To Trust Teammates While Freeing Him Up For Better Looks
Stephen Curry has combined over the past two losses to shoot 4-for-21 from 3-point range.

Diamond Leung/San Jose Mercury News

Grizzlies Strongly Considered Stephen Curry With No. 2 Pick, Couldn't Commit Without Workout
Stephen Curry's agent declined the Grizzlies' workout invitation in 2009.

Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports

Stephen Curry Finishes Ahead Of Harden, LeBron To Win MVP
Stephen Curry has been named the NBA's Most Valuable Player in what was more of a landslide than many expected.

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Stephen Curry To Be Named NBA's Most Valuable Player
Stephen Curry averaged 23.8 points per game (sixth in the league), 7.7 assists (sixth) and 2.04 steals (fourth).

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Report: Referee Would Have Called Foul On Curry Shot If He Had Missed
Stephen Curry sent Game 3 into overtime with a game-tying three-pointer when Marreese Speights recovered Curry's previous attempt.

Marcus Thompson/San Jose Mercury News

Under Armour Hoping To Build $1 Billion Basketball Brand Around Stephen Curry
Under Armour said footwear revenue climbed 41% over a year ago and cited the strong growth to the introduction of the Curry One signature basketball shoe.

Trey Williams/MarketWatch

Stephen Curry: Warriors In Title Or Bust Mode Entering Playoffs
The Warriors won a franchise record 67 games in the regular season.

Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports

Stephen Curry Made 77 Straight Three-Pointers During Practice
Stephen Curry made 94 out of 100 shots during the session.

Tom Friend/ESPN

Kerr: Curry Never Talks About MVP Race, But Better Believe He Wants It
Stephen Curry broke his own NBA single-season record for three-pointers as he has 276 and counting.

Jeff Faraudo/Mercury News

Curry 'Surprised' Mark Jackson Prefers Harden For MVP
Mark Jackson coached Stephen Curry for three seasons with the Warriors.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss/ESPN

Stephen Curry, Brook Lopez Named NBA Players Of The Week
Stephen Curry averaged 30.0 points and 8.0 assists, and connected on 24-of-38 three-point field goals (63.2 percent).

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Kerr Believes Curry Deserves MVP, Won't Promote Him For Award
Stephen Curry and James Harden are the two most likely MVP award recipients, according to the Bovada Sportsbook.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss/ESPN

Stephen Curry Wants To Play Into Late 30s
Stephen Curry is not currently interested in the day-to-day commitment of coaching when he retires.

James Herbert/CBS Sports

Stephen Curry Sits With Ankle Injury
Stephen Curry had a string of ankle injuries early in his career, but has remained remarkably healthy since signing a contract extension in 2012.

Rusty Simmons/San Francisco Chronicle

Myers: Warriors' Decision To Extend Stephen Curry Was Difficult
Stephen Curry has one of the NBA's most team-friendly contracts, but his four-year, $44 million deal in 2012 was a hard decision at the time for the Warriors.

Tim Kawakami/San Jose Mercury News

Warriors Feared Stephen Curry Might Need Ankle Reconstruction In 2012
Stephen Curry was plagued by chronic ankle injuries during his first few seasons in the NBA.

Sam Amick/USA Today

Splash Brothers To Headline Three-Point Contest
Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson Kyle Korver, Wesley Matthews and J.J. Redick will participate.

Adrian Wojnarowski/Yahoo! Sports

Stephen Curry, Kyle Lowry Headline 2015 NBA All-Star Starters
Stephen Curry was the leading vote-getter for the NBA 2015 All-Star Game, beating LeBron James.

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LeBron James, Stephen Curry Lead First All-Star Game Voting
LeBron James is the overall leading vote getter for the 2015 NBA All-Star Game through the first round of voting, with 552,967 overall votes.

Lang Whitaker/NBA.com

Stephen Curry Wanted Knicks To Draft Him In 2009
Donnie Walsh and Larry Riley, both running the Knicks and Warriors, respectively, at the time, fell in love with Stephen Curry's game.

Harvey Araton/New York Times

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