The Under Armour wins keep piling in for Stephen Curry.
Apr 7, 2023
Crime Mob’s “Knuck If You Buck” took on a new meaning for former NBA star Latrell Sprewell. With a career that had him labeled as one of the league’s bad boys, Sprewell’s on and off-court moves were ones for the record books. Latrell Sprewell was born on Sept. 8, 1970, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After playing high school basketball, he played with Three Rivers Community College for two years. After his community college career, he went to play for two years with the University of Alabama. In 1992, the Golden State Warriors selected him as the No. 24 draft pick. In the early part of his career, Sprewell worked hard on his skills and eventually became the leading scorer for the Western Conference All-Star team from 1994-1997. However, his personal antics would begin to overshadow his athletic ability. Regardless of this, Sprewell would remain one of the most touted NBA players in the league. At the end of his career, he averaged 18.4 points, 4.1 rebounds, and four assists. And because...
Aug 22, 2022
Stephen Curry fans are continuing to go up for his collectibles. ABC News reports that one of the NBA star’s jerseys worn during the championship series has sold for a high price.
Jul 6, 2022
Stephen Curry continues to win on and off the court. During his quest to put another NBA championship under his belt, a rare rookie card just hit the auction market for some big bucks. Hypebeast reports that an autographed 2009 rookie card just hit the PWCC Marketplace this week with initial bidding surpassing $400,000. The 2009 National Treasures card is number 93 out of 99 and is expected to go for over $500,000 upon the end of the auction later this week.
Jun 13, 2022
The fight for the NBA Championship is underway as the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics played Game 1 on June 2. Following the Warriors’ loss, power forward Draymond Green was adamant about his perspective of “We’ll be fine.” The instance of his spirit not being easily shaken is reminiscent of another ambitious take he shared back in 2019.
Jun 3, 2022
One of today’s legendary producers just joined the Golden State Warriors’ new affiliate company. According to the NBA, No I.D. has been appointed as Golden State Entertainment’s Creative and Strategic Advisor.
May 11, 2022
It’s an undisputed fact that Stephen Curry has been a leading force for the Golden State Warriors since he was drafted to the team in 2009. Over a decade, the NBA star has counted off leading them to three championships and being crowned MVP twice. The achievements put him up there with the greats that the league’s court has ever seen and transformed the Warriors into a super-team. The Golden State Warriors took early notice of what he brought to the franchise — prior to the aforementioned acclaimed success — in 2012 with a four-year, $44 million extension. According to Insider, although others thought the deal was far from reflecting his foreshadowed worth, in Curry’s eyes, it was “maybe the most favorable in NBA history.”
Apr 22, 2022
Klay Thompson and Andre Iguodala just became the latest professional athletes to get paid in Bitcoin, joining others like Odell Beckham Jr. I’m BACK and changing it up: excited to take part of my paycheck in bitcoin thanks to Cash App! I’m with bitcoin because I believe it’s the future of money 🌚 Plus I’m giving out $1M in btc with @andre right NOW. Just follow @CashApp + drop your $cashtag below w/ #PaidInBitcoin pic.twitter.com/bUYC6SxkMj — klay thompson (@KlayThompson) January 10, 2022 “I’m BACK and changing it up: excited to take part of my paycheck in bitcoin thanks to Cash App! I’m with bitcoin because I believe it’s the future of money,” Klay Thompson wrote on Twitter. “Plus I’m giving out $1M in btc with @andre right NOW. Just follow @CashApp + drop your $cashtag below w/ #PaidInBitcoin.” His teammate Andre Iguodala echoes the same sentiment as Klay Thompson and adds that he, too, will receive a portion of his salary in Bitcoin. And, what’s more, is that the move marks a...
Jan 11, 2022
Stephen Curry doesn’t miss — not even from the Metaverse! Following his latest victory of breaking the all-time NBA three-point record during the Golden State Warriors game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, Curry launched his very own non-fungible token (NFT) collection, which sold out in less than five minutes. https://cms.afrotech.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/2974sc-MainPreview.mp4 Within the first hour, the drop raised $2.1 million and all of the profits will go directly to charity including his very own foundation alongside his wife Ayesha Curry, Eat. Learn. Play. “We’re incredibly proud of Stephen for this amazing achievement,” said Chris Helfrich, CEO and President of Eat. Learn. Play., in an official press release shared with AfroTech. “We’re honored that these commemorative moments of Stephen’s brilliant career will benefit Eat. Learn. Play., where the funds raised will go directly to support our foundation’s work in improving the lives of children in...
Dec 22, 2021