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Stephen Curry | Guard

Team: Golden State Warriors
Age / DOB:  (27) / 3/14/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 190
College: Davidson
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Stephen Curry worked to improve his explosiveness and strength this summer, with an emphasis on finishing around the rim.
The reigning MVP shot 65.6 percent within five feet last season -- for perspective, Russell Westbrook shot 53.3 percent from that distance. Curry also wants to create more space with fewer dribbles and he'll once again be a nightmare for would-be defenders. To own him, you'll need pick No. 1 or 2 in your draft. Sep 30 - 7:34 PM

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Steph Curry said he's not interested in free agency and wants a long-term future with the Warriors.

While Curry is set to become an unrestricted free agent after the 2016-17 season, the reigning MVP said he hopes it doesn't come to that. "As I am thinking right now, free agency isn’t really appealing to me because I love where I’m at, love the organization I’m playing for, and the Bay Area is home for me and my family," Curry said. It's unlikely the Warriors will let Curry explore free agency in two years, so for now, fantasy owners can enjoy drafting Curry in the early first round of drafts.
Aug 25 - 11:32 AM

Stephen Curry stated during a recent interview that he can't wait to play against his brother Seth Curry this upcoming season, and that he'd have no problem dropping 50 points on his little bro.

Golden State heads to Sacramento on Nov. 7, so daily leaguers should make a note, as Steph may have some extra motivation to go off in that one. However, Seth is buried on the Kings' depth chart, so there may not be very many one-on-one matchups between him and his superstar brother.
Aug 20 - 4:06 PM

According to ESPN's Marc Stein, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Harrison Barnes are all expected to be invited to Team USA's minicamp in Vegas in August.

Curry and Thompson are obvious choices, but this also goes to show how much Green and Barnes have improved over the past couple of years. The Warriors will pretty much field a similar team during the 2015-16 campaign except for the fact that David Lee is no longer in town, but their path to another NBA title will be tougher than ever with teams such as the Rockets, Spurs and Clippers making a splash this summer, not to mention the return of Kevin Durant to the Thunder's lineup.

The Warriors are reportedly exploring the possibility of trading up in the 2015 NBA draft.

The Warriors really don't have much room in their rotation, so regardless of who they draft, that player is extremely unlikely to put up any standard league value during his rookie season. With the draft just two days away, the rumors are starting to run rampant, so it'll be interesting to see if this one comes to fruition.
Jun 23 - 7:06 PM

The Warriors won their first championship since 1975 on Tuesday, led by Stephen Curry's 25 points, three 3-pointers, six rebounds, eight assists and three steals.

Curry fell short of Danny Green's record for most 3-pointers in an NBA Finals, but easily blew past Reggie Miller for the most in a single playoff run (98) and his record-breaking MVP season concluded with the ultimate prize -- his first NBA championship. His unique brilliance is even more impressive since the 27-year-old is just entering his prime, and he's in the discussion as a No. 1 fantasy pick this fall.
Jun 17 - 12:10 AM

Stephen Curry (dehydration) is "expected to be fine" for Game 6, according to a Warriors spokesperson.

There was never any doubt that Curry would be ready to go. When asked how much he hopes to close out the series on Tuesday, avoiding a potential Game 7 vs. LeBron and the Cavs, Curry replied, "What is the best way to say really bad?" The league MVP is coming off a brilliant 37-point effort and is a combined 18-of-33 from downtown over the past three games, so Golden State has to like their chances.
Jun 16 - 9:56 AM

Stephen Curry was treated for dehydration following Game 5's win over the Cavs, but he's expected to be fine for Tuesday's Game 6 in Cleveland.

Curry was spotted laying down inside the Warriors locker room and was reportedly complaining of lightheadedness, and USA Today's Sam Amick saw Curry rubbing his head as he headed down the hallway before leaning over to support himself. However, Curry was likely just exhausted after giving it his all in a must-win Game 5, and after rehydrating, he'll do everything he can to get ready before Tuesday's Game 6—where Curry will have a chance to win his first NBA title.
Source: USA Today
Jun 15 - 10:04 AM

Stephen Curry scored 37 points on 13-of-23 shooting (7-of-13 from deep) with seven rebounds, four assists and two steals in the Warriors' 104-91 Game 5 win over the Cavs on Sunday.

Curry is still getting trapped relentlessly but the Warriors are running their pick-and-roll much higher since their Game 3 loss, giving the regular season MVP much more room to operate. He appears to be taking pleasure in putting Matthew Dellavedova on his personal highlight reel, but the real story is how well the Cavs can execute that trap. They might have to back off if the Warriors continue to set it well above the 3-point line, but that avoids the point of getting the ball out of Curry's hands. It looks like the Warriors have this part of the chess match figured out.
Jun 15 - 12:04 AM

Before the 2014-15 season began, Warriors' assistant coach Ron Adams challenged Stephen Curry to focus on becoming a two-way player.

"Steph was one of the most noted basketball players in the world coming into this (season) and my pitch to him was simply, ‘the great players play both sides of the ball and that’s what you want to be, a great player," Adams said. "This season, I think people looked at him and said, ‘that guy’s a pretty versatile player, can do a lot of different things,’" Curry's eye-popping offense gets the headlines, but he's become a very good defensive player this season, and Adams deserves some credit for helping him realize his potential.
Source: Toronto Sun
Jun 14 - 3:06 PM

Sources within the Warriors' organization were reportedly "irked" by the attention Matthew Dellavedova received from the media for "locking down" Stephen Curry.

"People have lit a fire under [Stephen Curry], which is a good thing," Andrew Bogut said. "It's something that you don't want to do. It worked out well. We know [Dellavedova] is a great defender, but we know he's not a Curry stopper." After a disastrous performance in Game 2 in which he shot just 5-of-23 from the field, Curry has started to figure out Cleveland's defense and has responded with 27 points in Game 3 and 22 points in Game 4. Other than Game 4, Dellavedova has been doing a wonderful job for Cleveland, but he will need some help to stifle the MVP at Oracle Arena in Game 5 on Sunday.
Source: NEOMG
Jun 14 - 10:21 AM

Stephen Curry struggled through three quarters on Tuesday but he got hot late, finishing the Warriors' loss with 27 points, seven 3-pointers, six boards, six assists, three steals, one block and six turnovers.

The final line looks better than the performance. Cleveland's physical and active defense has shaken the Warriors from their typically free-flowing offense and it all starts with Curry, who is now shooting 39.7 percent in the Finals (32.4 percent from downtown). Golden State had a season-low 37 points at halftime, including only 16 points from their entire starting unit, and it took a fourth-quarter flurry for them to nearly erase what had been 20-point deficit.
Jun 10 - 12:27 AM

Stephen Curry said that he reviewed some film from Game 2, and that he now understands what he needs to do differently to be better during Game 3 on Tuesday.

"We watched some film and I understand what we need to do better," Curry said. "It’s nice to be able to see. You might thinking you’re giving your all on every possession and making the extra play but we can take our intensity to another level and that’s what we’re going to do tonight." Curry shot an uncharacteristic 5-of-23 from the field during Game 2, but we're expecting a bounce-back performance from the league MVP for tonight's crucial Game 3 in Cleveland.
Jun 9 - 7:01 PM

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said Stephen Curry is fine physically.

After Curry shot 5-of-23 in Game 2, Kerr tried to allay any fears that his star player was suffering any ill effects from his previous concussion. "He's fine physically," Kerr said. "Shots come and go. No one would say a word if it was the regular season." While Curry was awful fromt the floor in Game 2, Kerr makes a good point and well look for Curry to bounceback in Game 3 on Tuesday.
Jun 9 - 1:31 PM

Stephen Curry vowed to "find better shots" with the NBA Finals now tied at 1-1.

"I don't expect to shoot like this. I've got to play better, find better shots and be more in a rhythm throughout the course of the game for us to really assert ourselves as a team," Curry said, admitting he "didn't feel right." The Warriors shot just 39.8 percent as a team, and Curry was an awful 5-of-23, including 2-of-15 from distance. Expect Steph and the rest of the Warriors to bounce back on Tuesday.
Source: Toronto Sun
Jun 8 - 9:21 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PG1Stephen Curry
2Shaun Livingston
SG1Klay Thompson
2Leandro Barbosa
3Ben Gordon
4Brandon Rush
5Chris Babb
SF1Harrison Barnes
2Andre Iguodala
PF1Draymond Green
2Marreese Speights
3James Michael McAdoo
4Kevon Looney
C1Andrew Bogut
2Jason Thompson
3Festus Ezeli