Steph’s silky jump shot came from dad—and former NBA player—Dell, which begs the question: does pops still have enough game to beat out the NBA MVP for family bragging rights?
Not just anyone can become an NBA superstar. You have to be born with genes that give you the athleticism and ability to develop the skills necessary to become great. And then, of course, you need the right person to develop and hone that raw ability. Only then can you reap basketball’s bounty. Well, when your dad is sixteen-season NBA sharpshooter Dell Curry—as is the case with Golden State Warriors’ guard and human highlight reel Steph Curry—you’ve got the DNA and the coach you need.
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