Star point guard who was named NBA MVP in both 2015 and 2016. He led the Golden State Warriors to NBA Championships in 2015 and 2017. Prior to his NBA career, he led Davidson College to the Elite 8 in the NCAA tournament as a sophomore in 2008.
Due to concerns about his size coming out of high school, his preferred college, Virginia Tech, only offered him a spot as a walk-on, which led to him signing with Davidson.
He set the NBA single season record for three pointers made in a season with 286 in 2014-15, then shattered that record by hitting 402 the following season. He and the Warriors won an NBA-record 73 regular season games in 2015-16.
His father Dell Curry played several seasons in the NBA, and his younger brother Seth also became an NBA player. He also has a sister named Sydel. In 2011, he married Ayesha Alexander and the couple has two daughters named Riley and Ryan. In February 2018, he and Ayesha revealed they were expecting their third child.
He and guard/forward Klay Thompson became known as the "Splash Brothers" for their dominant outside shooting together on the Warriors.