5 Businesses Owned by Warriors Superstar Steph Curry

Published 02/22/2021, 4:20 AM EST
GUANGZHOU, CHINA – SEPTEMBER 03: Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors attends a commercial event for Under Armour at Asian Games Stadium on September 3, 2016 in Guangzhou, China. (Photo by Visual China Group via Getty Images/Visual China Group via Getty Images)


Steph Curry is arguably one of the best shooters to embrace the NBA. The 32-year-old star has truly transformed the league with his impeccable shooting, forcing other teams to change their play style.

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Over the last decade, the ‘Baby faced Assassin’ has become the talisman of the Golden State Warriors’ franchise. The Dubs rewarded Curry with a lofty contract as he became the first player in NBA history to be given a super-max contract for five years worth a whopping $201 million.

With such a massive contract, he is worth a massive $130 million. Not only is he one of the best-paid players on the court, but he has replicated this success off the court as well. In the last five years, Curry has made multiple investments, especially in multiple tech-based companies. Take a look at the top five businesses Steph Curry owns.

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5) SnapTravel

In 2018, Steph Curry made an investment in the online travel booking site SnapTravel. According to the site, “Snaptravel operates as a travel agent over messaging offering these same great rates over a private 1:1 chat, while eliminating the overhead of a physical retail store.

The parent company of the site, SnapCommerce, plans to extend its product line in the near future as well. This website was the first of the many tech companies that Steph would invest in.

NBA Player Steph Curry speaks onstage during TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2016 at Pier 48 on September 13, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Steve Jennings/Getty Images for TechCrunch)

4) Tonal

Six months ago, the 2-time MVP invested in an at-home smart fitness machine called Tonal. The AI-powered machine is an all-in-one stop for all home workouts. This was especially one of the biggest hits due to the restrictions brought in by the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a press release, Curry even opened up about how the machine has helped him. He said, “I’ve had a Tonal for almost two years. While in quarantine during COVID, I have relied heavily on it to maintain my strength training and believe it is revolutionizing how people will work out now and in the future.”

He was not the only NBA big shot to invest in the same. Clippers’ guard Paul George and Spurs’ Rudy Gay also invested in the company along with Curry. Other investors include Warriors’ teammate Klay Thompson and tennis superstar Serena Williams.

3) Oxigen

In October 2020, Curry invested in a beverage company named Oxigen. The company which was founded by Formula Four Beverages Inc. in 2014 is supposed to assist in muscle recovery.

In an interview with CNBC, Curry opened up about his investment in the company. He said that the company aligns “with brands and partners that I truly believe in.” He also said that he aims “to make sure that people understand the benefits that the product brings to you beyond just the taste.

2) TSM

In 2018, Curry invested in the esports organization TSM. He, along with others, gave a $37 million investment to the organization’s Andy Dinh, according to Matt Perez of Forbes.

In hindsight, it seems to have been a genius move by the 32-year-old, Given the meteoric rise of the esports industry in the last two years, the net worth of the organization has skyrocketed to a whopping $410 million in 2020, a significant increase from $250 million in 2018.

This is just the start for the esports industry, and TSM is arguably one of the biggest players in the game. This could be one of the best investments Curry has made in his career.

1) Unanimous Media

In April 2018, Steph Curry’s then newly formed media company, Unanimous Media, closed a multi-year development and production deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment. The company aims to “develop and produce film and television projects with a focus on family, faith, and sports themes.”

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The media house is currently working on an animated series – Norman Lear’s Good Times for the popular OTT platform, Netflix. The media house has also partnered with podcast giant Audible. The collaboration is set to release two original titles, The Greatest Sports Story Never Told and Fifteen Minutes from Home.

Unanimous media is the next big thing in the increasing multimedia market. Curry has joined a group of legendary players like LeBron James and Kobe Bryant in having his own production house. Will it be as successful as Bron’s Spring Field Media?

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Steph Curry is already one of the best-paid players in the league, and given his intelligent investments, he surely will be one of the highest-earning players off the court as well.

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Aditya Mohapatra

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Aditya Mohapatra is a sports enthusiast who primarily covers the NBA for EssentiallySports. Having graduated in Mass Communication, he has prior experience in writing for ABP News, and has been writing for EssentiallySports since November 2020. This die-hard Los Angeles Lakers fan feels that LeBron James is the best thing to have ever happened to the NBA, and will hold a healthy debate with anyone suggesting otherwise.

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