Stephen Curry: Shining in the Spotlight

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Stephen Curry: Shining in the Spotlight

On this podcast episode, the two-time NBA MVP and three-time NBA champion discusses the life lessons he’s gleaned from being a parent, investor, philanthropist, and pro basketball sensation.

You may think you know Steph Curry the basketball player, but the star of the Golden State Warriors has been working to build an important legacy both on and off the court in supporting his family foundation, building a company, and raising his three young children.

While he gives a lot of credit to his faith and support system for his success, his hard work has earned him a place as one of the country’s most respected athletes and leaders.

In February of 2020, Curry visited Stanford GSB and was interviewed by Tylon Garrett, MBA ’20. Listen to their conversation on this podcast.

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