WALNUT CREEK, Calif. – Stephen Curry is now, more than ever, determined to do more off the court. With a new contract in his hand, Curry is set to give back his time as well as his financial resources whenever and wherever both are needed in the Bay Area.
Aside from his vacation in the Turks and Caicos last month when his contract deal became official, the Golden State Warriors superstar still hasn’t made any major purchase after he finalized his 5-year contract worth 201 million dollars.
The 29-year old NBA star said on Monday that he doesn’t want to get too deep, but he has been trying to figure out how to make the most impact off the court for years now. Curry, after winning yet another NBA Championship, is playing with the idea of leaving a long-lasting impact on the Bay Area in gratitude for all of the good things that have happened in his life. Curry is also thankful for his Bay Area family, which stood by him in all the eight years that he was there.
The 2-time MVP is going to host his annual SC30 Select Camp, and it will be the fourth one this week. The camp will gather at least 24 of the top high school basketball players at the John Muir Ultimate Fieldhouse. SC30 Select Camp 2017 will be followed by a showcase event night at the Kezar Pavilion in San Francisco on Tuesday.
While this new contract has given Curry quite a new deal, Bob Myers, the Warriors’ general manager, has been keeping the entire team intact and ready for another championship chase. Curry also said that the Warriors has great potential as well as the opportunity to do more amazing things and win more NBA championships.
He also added that they are on taking advantage of the team’s camaraderie as well as the chemistry that is created within the Warriors organization. Curry stated that when you have chemistry like that, you don’t want it to end.