Stephen Curry’s Crazy Reason Why He Rejected Nike

As the meeting progressed, it became clear that Nike didn’t value Curry as much as others. They awarded youth development camps to Kyrie Irving and Anthony Davis instead of Stephen Curry. Irving was drafted in 2011 and Davis in 2012, 2 and 3 years after Curry respectively.

The ability to help young players meant a lot to Curry, who could see himself in some of the players that attended those camps. He attended Chris Paul’s camp when he was younger and wanted to give back to kids who were in his position. But that wasn’t going to happen with Nike…

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