Stephen Curry Memorabilia
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Instead of just providing you with product descriptions, we decided to intertwine this all-star’s story with the list.
If you’d like to find more information on the products featured on this post, you can always read the product description featured on the vendor’s page.
With that said, let’s learn about how this athlete rose to stardom.
Most NBA stars emerge in a surprisingly similar way. They grow up with basketball as a favorite game, and are drafted due to their incredible talent at high school and college games.
Most of these NBA stars don’t have access to a talented individual available to teach them everything about basketball—they simply had the talent polished over time by coaches and rivals alike.
Stephen Curry is an NBA player who began his route to fame in a very different way. His father was Dell Curry, an NBA player himself with 16 years of experience as a professional player.
That meant Stephen Curry grew up with an NBA player at his side who loved nothing more than to play ball and teach his child everything he knew.
One might think, looking at his history, that people all over the world would be begging to sign him for basketball, but he got a surprisingly lukewarm reception.
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He was a modest height at just 6 feet tall, and people simply weren’t interested in him despite an incredible performance at Charlotte Christian School.
His big dream was to follow in his father’s footsteps and play college football with the Hokies for Virginia Tech, but they would only offer him a walk-on spot.
He was simply too thin, and lacked the muscle they felt he needed in order to be a good player.
The only college that seemed genuinely interested in him was Davidson College, who had recruited him since 10th grade, so he decided to go where he was wanted.
His first game at Davidson College playing with the Wildcats, Stephen Curry made it clear to everyone he was something special.
In his first game against Eastern Michigan, he scored a modest 15 points, combined however, with an impressive 13 turnovers. In his next game however, his talent truly began to shine.
In a game against Michigan he managed a startling 32 points, along with 4 assists and 9 rebounds.
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He truly shined in his Freshman year, but the coach for Davidson College, Bob McKillop, thought he was something special before he ever hit the courts.
He bragged about the recruitment, and told the team that Stephen Curry was truly something special. He certainly wasn’t wrong in that.
From there, he would average 21.5 points per game and lead for first-year players in the country with the most points.
His talent was so incredible that he was named Southern Conference freshman of the year. He would also break a school record with 502 total points in a game against Chattanooga.
It was the most points for a Freshman the school had ever seen.
He would also collect a lot of honors during this year.
Besides being the Southern Conference Freshman of the year, he would also be named SoCon Tournament MVP, and selected to the SoCon All-tournament team, All-freshman team, and first team All-SoCon.
To add to this, he would be selected to the USA team for the 2007 FIBA U19 World Championships.
He didn’t score as incredibly as he usually did with an average of 9.4 points, but it was still enough to get the Silver Medal for the USA team.
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In his sophomore year, he would do even better. He would lead the Wildcats all the way to the elite-8 in the NCAA champion tournaments.
This would also be the third time they would qualify for the NCCA tournament, again largely thanks to Curry.
During his Sophomore season he averaged 25.5 points per game, 4.7 rebounds per game and 2.8 assists per game.
He would win even more awards this year, including the Associated Press‘ All-America Second Team, Most Outstanding Player of the Midwest Region, and he was nominated for Breakthrough Player of the Year.
In his junior year, the Wildcats didn’t perform quite as well, but he still lead the country in points with an average of 28.6 and he was awarded a consensus First-Team All American title.
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Although many professional players chose to forgo their Junior year and immediately sign up for the NBA, Stephen Curry decided to stay.
He wanted to use the season to learn everything he could about being a point guard—the position he would play almost exclusively for the rest of his career.
He did decide to opt out of his senior year for basketball, but made it clear he would finish his degree despite this.
Throughout his career, all the way to 2020, Curry has made an effort to finish his career, but as of 2020 he still has not completed it.
In 2009, Stephen Curry left the Wildcats in order to enter the NBA Draft.
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Stephen Curry was selected for the Golden State Warriors as their 7th pick. In the first half of his rookie season, Stephen Curry averaged 17.5 points per game.
His second half of the season after the 2010 All Star break would truly get the attention of fans and other teams alike, however.
His scoring shot up to 22 points per game, and he ended up second place for Rookie of the Year.
His play was so impressive he was asked to join the USA Men’s Basketball Senior National Team, which won a Gold Medal at the 2010 championships.
Unfortunately during one of the practices with this team he would sprain his ankle, an injury that would haunt him for two full seasons.
Although he was not playing his best, 2011 still had some notable achievements for him. He received the NBA Sportsmanship award, and in February of 2011 he won an All-Star Weekend he won the skills challenge.
In May, right after he was given the sportsmanship award, he underwent surgery to try and repair his ankle. He would be in and out of the 2012 season due to injuries related to his ankles and surgeries.
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In 2012, Stephen Curry signed a 4 year, $44 million dollar extension contract with the Golden State Warriors.
At the time, many people thought the Warriors were taking a big risk. Stephen Curry had been plagued with injuries for 2 seasons, and it seemed likely that these injuries would continue.
The Warriors seemed to think it is worth the risk however, and they appeared to be right. 2012 was certainly one of his better years.
He set a record during this season with 272 3-pointers. In April, he was named Western Conference Player of the Month.
His incredible skills lead him to help the Warriors defeat the Nuggets in a surprise upset during the 2012 playoffs.
Stephen Curry continued to perform well in 2013 where he once again lead the league in three pointers.
The Warriors were seeded 6th once again, but lost to the Los Angeles Clippers.
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In 2014, Stephen Curry would see a highlight year for his skills and his team. The year started with a new coach, Steve Kerr, and also a new nickname.
Stephen Curry had developed an incredible partnership with team member Klay Thompson.
Together the two were named the “Splash Brothers” for sharp shooting scores from incredible distances.
During this seasons the Warriors enjoyed a long win streak of 16 games in a row, and had some of the most votes for the 2015 All-Star team.
Their great season would continue in a memorable fight against the Cleveland Cavaliers, defeating the famous LeBron James to win the championships for the Golden State Warrior’s for the first time since 1975.
This same year Stephen Curry would also receive the honor of being declared Most Valuable Player.
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They would also have an incredible season in 2015, with 24 consecutive wins and an astonishing NBA record of 73 wins for the year.
He would also once again break his own record for 3-pointers with 402 3-point shots.
He would once again be declared MVP, and this time he would be voted MVP unanimously.
It was the first time in NBA history someone would be voted MVP unanimously, and only the 11th time a player would win back to back MVPs.
Unfortunately, their dazzling performance would be stopped cold by the Cleveland Cavaliers, who took the championships back in a solid defeat for the Warriors.
It was a disappointing end to the season, but still a good once given everything that happened before.
In 2016, Stephen Curry would once again lead in three point field goals, unsurprising since it was his 5th straight season of leading.
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It was also another good year for the Warriors, and for Curry in other respects.
Stephen Curry hit 4 3-pointers in a game against the New Orlean’s Pelicans, reaching 1600 points. He would be only the 19th person in NBA history to do so, and the first to reach it so quickly.
With Curry’s help, the Warriors would win their second title in three years, making them champions yet again.
As you can imagine, the Warriors were eager to keep the player that had lead to their sudden change in fortunes.
The Warriors offered Stephen Curry another contract, this time a 5 year $201,000,000 extension.
Shortly after this however, Stephen Curry suffered an ankle injury that forced him to miss 11 games.
After coming back from this injury, he would damage his knee with an MCL sprain that would put him out for another 6 weeks.
Despite these injuries, he once again came back to help the Warriors win the championship once again. This gave the warriors 3 championships in 4 years, two of them back to back.
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Sports Illustrated directly credited Stephen Curry for the sudden improvement in the Warrior’s ability to win. In one article they wrote, “The Golden State dynasty started with Stephen Curry.
He, for numerous reasons stretching from his incredible talent to his previous ankle injuries, put the Warriors in place to win their third championship in four seasons.”
During this time, Stephen Curry was to be considered for the Olympic Team, but asked to be withdrawn from consideration due to his knee and ankle injuries.
2018 brought even more trouble for Stephen Curry. His first few games were as impressive as ever, with one game where he scored 50 points—his 6th 50 point game in his career.
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He would also score enough 3-pointers during that game to move him into 5th place for most 3-pointers, passing Jamal Crawford.
Unfortunately, injury would strike him once again. Stephen Curry would have to leave in the middle of a game against the Milwaukee Bucks with a groin injury, causing the Warriors to lose the game.
Curry would have to sit out the next 11 games, and the Warriors would suffer their first 4 game losing streak since 2013.
His return would allow the Warriors to enter the playoffs, but they would not win this season.
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While the Warriors might have hoped 2020 would be a better season for them, problems started early with Stephen Curry colliding with another player in March, breaking his hand seriously enough to require surgery.
He was out for 3 months, and has only just now returned to playing.
He only played 5 games in the 2020 season total, and was formally excused from a mini camp due to personal issues.
There is no doubt that Stephen Curry is an incredible star, and someone who has changed the face of the game.
His incredible accuracy, ability to score an enormous number of 3-pointers, and skills in the game has lead him to be a player of great note.
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Yet that isn’t all there is to know about this legendary man. Stephen Curry, like most NBA players, has a family that he deeply cares about.
He married his college sweetheart, Ayesha Alexander, in 2011. If the name sounds familiar to you, it’s because Ayesha is an actress best known for her work on the HBO series Ballers, and also as a Food Network show host.
Together, they have 3 children. Two girls and a boy. Stephen Curry also has a brother and a sister who are in sports, keeping with the family tradition.
His brother is also a professional basketball player, and his sister plays volleyball.