Stephen Curry Headlines

  • NASA to NBA star Steph Curry: Yes, we went to the moon

    What's up with NBA players' rejection of, well, basic scientific facts? NASA has offered to give NBA superstar Steph Curry a tour of one of its lunar labs after the Golden State Warriors guard said on a podcast that he doubts humans landed on the moon. No, really. Curry made the head-scratching comment on an episode of the "Winging It" podcast, which posted Monday. According to Bleacher Report, Curry brought up the subject himself during the more than hour-long podcast with fellow NBA players...

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  • NASA has now responded to Stephen Curry's moon landing doubts

    Stephen Curry has now caught the attention of NASA. On Monday, the Warriors star admitted on a podcast he had some doubts about whether humans have ever been to the moon. Of course NASA, which had a small hand in putting 12 men on the moon from 1969 to 1972, took issue with this.

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  • NASA Invites Stephen Curry to Tour Lunar Lab After Moon Landing Comments

    After Stephen Curry expressed doubts as to whether humans have actually landed on the moon, NASA is more than willing to try to convince the Golden State Warriors superstar otherwise

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  • NASA Invites Steph Curry to View Moon Landing Evidence

    Steph Curry thinks the moon landing was a big hoax

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  • Stephen Curry suggests moon landing was faked, Nasa responds

    Golden State Warriors star and other basketball players cast doubt on lunar mission, while discussing popular conspiracy theories

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  • Stephen Curry gets invite to NASA space center after expressing doubt about moon landings

    Stephen Curry does not believe humans have ever been to the moon, and he said so on a recent podcast. That public skepticism has earned him an invite to Johnson Space Center in Houston, where NASA hopes to provide enough evidence of lunar landings to change the mind of the Golden State Warriors

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  • Stephen Curry Doubts Moon Landings. NASA Offers to Show Him the Rocks.

    The space agency invited the Golden State star to visit the Johnson Space Center, “perhaps the next time the Warriors are in town to play the Rockets.”

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  • NASA offers to show Curry proof of moon landing

    After expressing his doubts about the moon landing, Warriors star Stephen Curry has been invited by NASA to tour the lunar lab on his next visit to Houston.

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  • Stephen Curry says the U.S. never landed on the moon. NASA cries foul.

    A NASA spokesman offered to show Curry evidence in the form of "hundreds of pounds of moon rocks."

    Washington Post
  • Golden State G League team in Santa Cruz is key developer

    As the Santa Cruz Warriors huddled after practice, Darius Morris provided a quick recap of his adventure to the Arizona desert a day earlier to interview with the Suns. Phoenix needed a point guard given Devin Booker's hamstring injury, and Morris was at least in the mix. Santa Cruz coach

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  • Curry scores 38 as Warriors win in Green’s return

    On consecutive third-quarter possessions Monday night, as the Warriors struggled to shake Minnesota in a mostly disjointed game, Draymond Green vividly illustrated his value. First, he retrieved a loose ball in the lane and quickly shoveled it to Stephen Curry, who made a three-point shot. Next time down the court, Green dribbled into the lane and cleverly pushed a left-handed pass to Kevin Durant, who also made a three. That quickly, the Warriors stretched their lead to 12. They didn’t look...

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  • B/R Kicks x NBA Nightly: LBJ Wears LeBron 16 PE, Montrezl Goes Galaxy KD 4, More

    The final showdown between LeBron James and Dwyane Wade highlighted a crowded NBA schedule Monday, meaning fans had plenty of head-turning kicks to choose from when deciding their favorites

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  • Curry scores 38 to push Warriors past Timberwolves 116-108

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Stephen Curry had 38 points, seven rebounds and six assists, and Golden State beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 116-108 on Monday night in Draymond Green's return to the Warriors' lineup. Klay Thompson scored 26 points and Kevin Durant had 22 as Golden State prepared for Wednesday's showdown

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  • Stephen Curry said the moon landing was faked, but let's all pretend he didn't

    Stephen Curry says he does not believe humans have been to the moon, a stance which is clearly unsupported by facts and hopefully just a joke. Curry made the proclamation on The Ringer's podcast "Winging It" with teammate Andre Iguodala and hosts Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore; you can hear the exchange around the 46-minute mark. There's some talking over each other that makes it hard to hear, but when the discussion turns to the moon landing, almost everyone seems to agree we've never been to...

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  • Stephen Curry Says He Doesn't Believe Man Landed on the Moon

    The NBA loves a good conspiracy theory. There was Kyrie Irving 's flat-earth theory (though he later retracted it), and now Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry has said he doesn't believe that humans ever landed on the moon

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  • Stephen Curry, Warriors Named 2018 Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year

    The Golden State Warriors have been named the 2018 Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year. The site's editors wrote: "For all the individual brilliance of Steph Curry—a

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  • Jordan Bell re-creates Zaza Pachulia's between-the-legs pass to Stephen Curry, and Zaza approves

    With 20 seconds left in the quarter of the Golden State Warriors' 105-95 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday night, a driving Stephen Curry got the ball to Jordan Bell on the perimeter before sprinting towards Bell to get behind him. Once Curry was behind the second-year pro, Bell proceeded to pass the ball between his legs back to Steph, and set a successful screen on Bucks forward Thon Maker to set up a Curry's corner three-pointer.

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  • Andre Iguodala helps Warriors to win over Bucks

    MILWAUKEE - More than 1,000 games into his NBA career, Andre Iguodala is a master at self-preservation. The 34-year-old with an achy back, hamstring and knee tends to give only enough in the regular season to ensure he is at his best in the playoffs. But with Kevin Durant laboring and Stephen Curry lacking his usual brilliance Friday night, Iguodala saw his cue, testing the limits of his prime in the Warriors' 105-95 win over the Bucks at Fiserv Forum. In 28 minutes, he scored a season-high 15...

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