Warriors Superstar Stephen Curry Launches His Own Book club

Published 08/20/2020, 11:46 AM EDT


It has been over a decade since the Golden State Warriors drafted Stephen Curry. The man has played a huge role in revolutionizing modern NBA games. Despite struggling with constant ankle injuries over his first few years in the NBA, the 32-year-old has built a solid resume.

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He was the recipient of the first-ever unanimous MVP in 2016. The 6-time All-Star has 3 rings to his name and has already become a Warriors legend.

Curry has been underrated his whole career. Keeping that thought in mind, Steph has launched his very own bookclub – Underrated.

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Stephen Curry launches his own book club, “Underrated”

Steph just posted a tweet on his profile with the announcement of his book club in partnership with Literati.

I think we all know that reading is knowledge,” said Curry. “I am teaming up with Literati to launch my own book club and it’s called Underrated.”

As Steph said, that reading is knowledge and this step will definitely help in spreading the importance of reading. Curry also said, “I am gonna pick a book a month highlighting stories about overcoming the odds and attaining success.”

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With the 2019-20 season being over for Warriors, the gesture is Steph’s way of remaining in touch with his fans. Moreover, the platform will be an excellent medium for people looking for public spheres to tell their stories.

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Curry missed most of the regular season because of a broken left hand. Consequently, the Warriors finished with the worst record in the league. This disastrous season earned them a 14% odds to land the first pick.

Warriors GM Bob Myers will be excited to pair up the trio of Curry, Klay, and Green with a new prospect on Draft Night. Will the Warriors return as a dominant force next season? Only time will till. But as far as we know, Curry is not a player to give up easily, whether it be on the court or off it.

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Aikansh Chaudhary

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Aikansh Chaudhary is an NBA columnist for Essentially Sports. Previously, he helped rank various websites using the latest SEO techniques, and wrote over 2000 articles during his stint as a freelance writer. A die hard Lakers fan, Aikansh will forever uphold LeBron James as the GOAT.

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