Months After ‘Classic’ Deal With $8 Billion Worth Company, Stephen Curry Leans on Trillion Dollar Company for Blockbuster Launch

Published 04/13/2023, 10:36 PM EDT

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The career of Stephen Curry has been celebrated widely across the NBA. As the Baby Faced Assassin continues to grow his legacy, fans have come to adore him. A cornerstone for the Golden State Warriors dynasty, he forever revolutionized the game of basketball. The story of the rise of a young kid from Davidson College is one that millions want to know. And very soon, “Stephen Curry: Underrated” will debunk the come-up of one of the greatest players of all time.

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A Warriors writer revealed the release dates for the much-anticipated documentary of arguably the greatest shooter in all of basketball. It goes beyond just Curry’s basketball exploits. Director Peter Nicks wanted to encompass the entirety of his life. The documentary includes interviews. managing life with his degree and the struggles Curry had to once face as a dreamer.

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A series surrounding the unexpected rise of a global superstar will be available to the fans very soon. C.J Holmes, a Warriors writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, disclosed the dates in a recent tweet. According to him, “Stephen Curry: Underrated” will premiere on AppleTV+ and select theatres on July 21.

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It’s a chapter of Stephen Curry that has never been told before. “Immediately, the first time I met Steph, he got his phone out and started sharing photos and videos from college. He just lit up and you could sense a nostalgia for that moment in his life. You got the sense that this piece of the story hadn’t really been told,” said Peter Nicks in an interview with KQED.

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This isn’t the first time Curry is part of a production. Only a few months ago, the Warriors All-Star guard’s media company, Unanimous Media reportedly partnered up with ‘classic’ Sega Genesis to work on bringing a legendary video game to life. The iconic rap aliens, ‘ToeJam and Earl’ will be getting a movie adaption following a similar storyline to that of the video games.

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Now you might be wondering, how can a Steph Curry documentary be termed ‘underrated’? Today, he has one of the most successful NBA resumes to boast. A four-time champion, the only unanimous MVP, and other historic feats mark the three-point king’s career. However, before all the fame, no one was willing to bet on Steph.

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How the Baby Face Assassin Became an NBA Legend

Prior to being an NBA phenom, Curry was only a scrawny kid. His dream was to be an NBA player just like his father, legendary shooter Dell Curry. However, his size and appearance didn’t impress many. The 34-year-old received no college offers. His only bet was with Davidson College.

It was here that he truly became Stephen Curry. The legend of a shooting wizard began as he led the program to two NCAA tournament appearances. From there it was only takeoff.

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As the world knows today, the four-time champion never looked back. From being unwanted to now being one of the biggest athletes in the world, Curry’s story is one of resilience and persistence. Without those qualities, the world wouldn’t have a Steph Curry. And without him, we wouldn’t see probably the biggest basketball revolution in modern history.

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Anuj Talwalkar

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Anuj Talwalkar is an NBA writer at EssentiallySports. He is a student studying at NM College in Mumbai, aspiring to pursue sports management to follow his love for sports. Anuj started following the NBA last year, and he loves to combine his passion for writing with his understanding of basketball.
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