Since he entered the league in 2009, Steph Curry has set the NBA world ablaze.
He has helped lead the Golden State Warriors to four NBA championships, and his list of personal accolades and accomplishments is too long to list.
While Curry might still have a few elite years of on-court production left, he has recently embarked on a new endeavor.
As Curry has recently announced, ‘Underrated’ will premier the week of July 20th, a film about Curry’s rise to stardom.
#UnderratedFilm week is officially here!! Thanks @AppleFilms for kicking things off right with an incredible dinner with the amazing folks who made this all possible 🙌🏽 @petenicks @a24 @proximitymedia JULY 21st!! pic.twitter.com/DUEnBC490H
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) July 20, 2023
In Curry’s tweet, he called out Apple Films for their production, as well as a recent dinner that they hosted.
Sports documentaries have become more common as of late, following athletes in many different sports.
“The Last Dance” highlighted Michael Jordan’s career, which became a global phenomenon.
“Quarterbacks” is a documentary that has been recently released on Netflix, which highlighted some of the NFL’s top athletes at the position.
Now, Curry will have an opportunity to showcase his career, which includes an unlikely rise to the top of the league.
Curry’s collegiate career took place at Davidson, a small university that isn’t well-known for producing NBA-caliber talent.
However, their extraordinary play in the NCAA tournament put the world on notice, which is when many fans were introduced to Curry.
After being the seventh-overall selection by the Warriors in the 2009 draft, the rest is history.
If he retired tomorrow, Curry would likely be a first-ballot hall of famer.
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