Stephen Curry is the son of Dell Curry, a former NBA player, and Sonya Curry, a volleyball player. And today, you can get Cool Stephen Curry Coloring Pages here.
Stephen Curry wore the same number, 30, as his father when he played in the NBA. His brother Seth was an NBA player, and his sister Sydel, a volleyball player.
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He grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, where his father played basketball. In college, he decided to join the Wildcats of Davidson College after receiving a scholarship from this institution, where he played three seasons, averaging more than 25 points per game.
He finished the season as the top scorer in the Southern Conference and second-best freshman scorer behind Kevin Durant. He broke the NCAA record with 162 three-pointers made in a season.
In the following season, after being named as the most voted to play the All-Star that year and beating his record of three-pointers, Stephen Curry became MVP of the regular league and NBA Champion against Cleveland Cavaliers, defeating them by a four to two overall.
In 2007 he won the silver medal with the U-19 United States National Team. He won the gold medal twice at the 2010 and 2014 World Basketball Championships with the American senior team.
On February 27, 2016, he got the record with 303 three-pointers. At the end of the 2015/16 season, he sets the record at 402. Again unanimously named NBA MVP for the second consecutive year.
On June 12, 2017, Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry gave Golden State Warriors their second NBA championship ring in the last three years, the fifth in their history.
They capped a ‘playoffs’ by beating Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 (129-120) and wrapped up the finals with a 4-1 win. Curry finished with 26.8 points (44% shooting from the field and 38.8% from three-point range), eight rebounds, 9.4 assists, and 2.2 steals per game, brilliant numbers.
During the 2017-18 season, he suffered several injuries, so he played 51 regular-season games. The Warriors finished with a (58-24) record, leaving the Western Conference lead in the hands of Houston (65-17) for the first time in four seasons.
The Warriors reached the Finals again, facing the Cavaliers for the fourth consecutive year. The Finals ended 4-0, and Curry averaged 27.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 6.8 assists, earning his third ring in four years.
In the 2018-2019 campaign, on December 17, 2018, against Memphis, he reached the 15,000-point mark in his NBA career.
On October 30, 2019, against the Phoenix Suns, Curry collided with Aron Baynes and landed on Curry’s left hand. Surgery had to be resorted to treating the fracture of his second metacarpal.
On March 5, 2020, he returned against the Raptors and recorded 23 points, six rebounds, and seven assists in a 121-113 Warriors loss.
On December 25, 2020, he scored 19 points against the Milwaukee Bucks, passing Rick Barry for second place on the Warriors’ all-time list.
On December 27, 2020, he scored 36 points in a 129-128 win over the Chicago Bulls, matching Ray Allen and Reggie Miller with over 2,500 three-pointers in NBA history.
On January 23, 2021, against the Utah Jazz, Curry scored five three-pointers, bringing his total to 2,562, passing Miller to move into second place all-time in three-pointers made.