Steph Curry broke the all-time record for three-point field goals made on Dec. 14, 2021. Curry owns several NBA records and is considered to be one of the greatest shooters in National Basketball Association history.
Here are five things you might not know about Steph Curry.
1. Comes From Sports Family: It might not be too surprising that Curry comes from a family of talented athletes. Curry is the son of Dell Curry and Sonya Curry.
Dell played basketball at Virginia Tech, followed by 16 seasons in the NBA for teams that included the Utah Jazz, Cleveland Cavaliers, Charlotte Hornets, Milwaukee Bucks and Toronto Raptors.
Dell scored 12,670 points in his NBA career, averaging 11.7 points per game. When he retired, Curry was the Hornets all-time leader in points and three-point field goals.
Sonya competed in volleyball, basketball and track and field in high school. She most excelled in volleyball, leading to a collegiate career in the sport at Virginia Tech, where she met Dell.
Steph Curry is also the older brother to Seth Curry, who has an NBA career of his own. Seth played college basketball at Liberty University for one season, where he led the NCAA in freshman scoring with 20.2 points per game. Curry transferred to Duke University.
Seth went undrafted in the NBA, but over time, and multiple stops at D-League and NBA teams, he became an NBA starter.
In 2019, …
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Rumors have also circulated about updated designs and new Apple Silicon chips for the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro, and the high-end Intel Mac Mini, the 27-inch iMac, and the Mac Pro are all still running Intel chips. The characteristically cryptic “peek performance” tagline does at least hint at new chips for one or more Macs, whether that’s a truly next-gen Apple M2 for thin-and-light laptops or an M1 Pro/Max-focused refresh for the more powerful desktops.
Original Article: arstechnica.com
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