Stephen Curry’s Crazy Reason Why He Rejected Nike

He vowed that for every 3-pointer he makes, he would personally donate 3 mosquito nets to the foundation. In the first year he participated, the 2012-13 season, he broke the NBA record for 3-pointers in a season with 272 3-pointers. He came close the next season with 261. Then he broke his own record in 2014-15 with 286. And last year, he shattered the record with 402 3-pointers.

Over the last 4 seasons, he has personally saved the lives of over 3,663 families. The Warriors have also joined his cause and match his donations every season. So the total comes to over 7,326 families!

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