NBA superstar Steph Curry is making moves in the sports media world.
Curry, 33, has reportedly landed a gig with the NBC Golf and Sky Sports team. He will be contributing to the network’s coverage of the Ryder Cup.
“Two-time MVP and three-time NBA champion Steph Curry is joining NBC Golf’s Ryder Cup coverage as part of a first of its kind ‘global talent partnerships’ deal between the basketball star’s production company, Unanimous Media, and Comcast NBCUniversal,” Sky Sports announced.
Curry is a die-hard golf fan and player. He’s competed in plenty of amateur competitions over the years. This time around, it sounds like he’ll be contributing to the golf world by providing coverage for the Ryder Cup.
— Sky Sports (@SkySports) September 14, 2021
Could this be a glimpse into Steph Curry’s future beyond basketball?
Curry is a natural with the media. It’s plausible he has a future in the broadcasting world, either in the NBA or golf. It looks like he’s getting a jump-start on his future.
On the basketball side of the things, meanwhile, Curry and the Warriors have big aspirations this upcoming season. Klay Thompson is returning, but will he be the same player he once was? If he is, the Warriors are in business.
Curry is still one of the best players in the NBA. He carried a pretty bad Warriors team to the Western Conference Playoffs last season, but fell to the Memphis Grizzlies in the play-in game.
The Warriors will be dangerous this upcoming season with the “Splash Brothers” at full strength.
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