Stephen Curry Net Worth

Stephen Curry Net Worth:
$160 Million

Stephen Curry's Salary

$50 Million
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What is Stephen Curry Net Worth?

Stephen Curry is an American professional basketball player, brand endorser and venture capital investor. As of this writing, Steph Curry's net worth is $160 million. Regarded as the best shooter in NBA history, Stephen Curry has become something of a phenomenon within the modern game of basketball. His ability to routinely make extremely long-range 3-point shots has been credited with revolutionizing the sport. In addition to his title as the best shooter in NBA history, Stephen Curry is also regarded as one of the best players of all time, period.

He drafted with the 7th overall pick in the first round of the 2009 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors. The team would go on to win the NBA Championship in 2015, 2017 and 2018.

Key Facts
  • Makes $50 million per year in NBA base salary
  • Is the highest paid player in the NBA
  • Makes an additional $30m per year from endorsements
  • NBA earnings will eventually top $400 million
  • Did not have any endorsments for his first few NBA seasons
  • In 2019 paid $31m for a mansion in Atherton, Ca

Salary and Endorsement Income

In his first few seasons in the NBA, Steph did not have any notable endorsement contracts, only earning around $3 million a year between NBA and endorsements. Today Steph is one of the highest-paid celebrities in the world. In a typical year he earns $50 million in NBA salary and another $30-40 million from endorsements, for a total of $80-90 million.

Between June 2016 and June 2017, Steph earned around $50 million from salary and endorsements. Between June 2017 and June 2018, Steph earned $76.9 million. Between June 2018 and 2019, Steph Curry earned $80 million from all of his various endeavors.

In his first decade in the NBA he earned around $130 million in salary and another $150 million from endorsements.

He has partnered with brands such as Under Armour, Nike, and TCL's line of "Palm" phones. In terms of the Palm device, Curry is a leading investor who is intimately involved with testing and development.

Contracts

On July 1st of 2017, it was revealed that Steph Curry had signed a new deal with the Warriors. It was the most lucrative contract in NBA history, at that point. The $201.2 million, 5-year deal paid him an average of $40 million per year. This record-shattering deal made Stephen Curry the first player to earn more than $40 million per season. His largest contract record was topped a few weeks later when Russell Westbrook signed a 5-yer $206.8 million deal. Russell's record was topped in December 2020 when Giannis Antetokounmpo signed a 5-year $228.2 million deal.

On August 4, 2021 Steph Curry signed a 4-year $215 million extension with the Warriors. The per season salary breaks down as such:

  • 2022 – 2023: $48 million
  • 2023 – 2024: $51.9 million
  • 2024 – 2025: $55.7 million
  • 2025 – 2026: $59.6 million
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Early Life

Stephen Curry's full name is Wardell Stephen Curry II. He was born on March 14th of 1988 in Akron, Ohio. His father is Dell Curry, a successful NBA player who was the all-time leading scorer for the Charlotte Hornets. He was also the top scorer of three-pointers for the Hornets, although his son would later take this achievement to a whole new level. While his father was playing for the Hornets, Curry lived in Charlotte, North Carolina. After Dell started playing for the Raptors, Stephen Curry moved to Toronto with the family.

While in Toronto, Stephen Curry attended Queensway Christian College and joined the basketball team. During this time, he led the team to an undefeated season. He also joined the Toronto 5-0, a team that played matches with other clubs across Ontario. Stephen Curry later won the provincial championship with the Toronto 5-0. After Dell retired from professional basketball, Curry moved back to Charlotte with the rest of the family and finished high school, leading his new team to three conference titles.

College Basketball

Although Stephen Curry wanted to follow in his father's footsteps and play for Virginia Tech, the school's basketball department was unsure about whether or not Curry could succeed with his small stature. In response, Curry attended Davidson College and played for the Wildcats. He started his college career strongly and soon became one of the NCAA's highest scorers. He also set new records for scoring three-pointers. In his second year, he won his first NCAA Tournament with the Wildcats.

Curry then spent his junior year developing as a point guard, since he knew that this would be his likely position in the NBA. He once again scored highly in games and increased his number of assists. He finished as the leading scorer in the NCAA.

NBA Career

In 2009, Stephen Curry joined the Golden State Warriors. A strong second half of the season made him a contender for Rookie of the Year. By the end of the season, Curry had registered 166 points from three-pointers – the most of any rookie in NBA history. Next season, Curry established himself as a free-throw specialist and won the skills challenge during All-Star Weekend. During the next period, he struggled with issues related to his right ankle.

After signing a lucrative new contract with the Warriors in 2012, Curry finished the season with 272 completed three-pointers – a new record. Although critics stated the Warriors were unwise to sign a new contract with then-injury-prone Curry, he proved that he was a valuable member of the team. In the next season, Curry hit a whopping 314 three-pointers.

Starting in 2014, new head coach Steve Kerr implemented a new tactic that involved moving the ball faster and giving Curry more freedom to shoot. This was the beginning of a revolutionary new type of basketball that emphasized three-pointers rather than physical play underneath the hoop. These tactics would later spread to other teams. During this time, Steve Kerr focused on building his team into a title-winning force, winning the championships in the 2014-2015 season.

Although Stephen Curry performed well over the next few seasons, inconsistencies caused by injuries prevented him from reaching his full potential. Things started to take shape in 2016 when the Warriors reached the finals with a record of 12-0 – a first in NBA history. They won the championship title that year and repeated the feat next year with another championship title. During the next few years, Stephen Curry continued to perform well, although injury to his left hand in 2020 required surgery and three months of rest.

Personal Life

Stephen Curry has been married to Ayesha Alexander since 2011. They have three children together. Stephen Curry is a Christian and is outspoken about his beliefs. Outside of basketball, Curry is an avid amateur golf player. He regularly plays in celebrity golf tournaments and has played alongside Barack Obama. In addition, he is a fan of the English Premier League soccer club Chelsea F.C.

Steph's younger brother Seth Curry is also a professional basketball player.

Steph Curry Real Estate

In September 2019 Steph and Ayesha Curry spent $31 million on brand new home in Atherton, California. The three-story mansion sits on 1.2 acres and features a detached garage and separate guest house. He still owns another home in Walnut, California which he bought for $3.2 million back in 2015.

He previously owned a home in Alamo, California which he bought in 2016 for $5.775 million and sold in January 2019 for $6.3 million.

Stephen Curry Net Worth

Stephen Curry

Net Worth:$160 Million
Salary:$50 Million
Date of Birth:Mar 14, 1988 (33 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Profession:Basketball player
Nationality:United States of America
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