Stephen Curry Has a $10 Million Book Deal In The Works

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) warms up on the court before an NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis, Monday, Dec. 13, 2021. Curry is seven three-point baskets away from an NBA record. (AP Photo/Doug McSchooler)

Current three-time NBA champion Wardell Stephen Curry II (aka Steph Curry) is in publishing talks for acquiring a $10 million book deal. According to PageSix, a source stated, “It’s a photo book and memoir by Stephen. Publishers are being asked to pay $10 million, and I bet one might.” The pitched photographic memoir of Steph Curry would be his first book venture with rumors citing that a potential working title of it is “ Master of 3’s”. This is no doubt a nod to the star’s record-breaking shots. He will definitely have some assistance from his wife, Ayesha Curry, who has multiple food-themed publishings. 

Steph is the eldest son to former NBA star Dell Curry and elder brother to an additional NBA player Seth Curry. Before his NBA draft pick into San Francisco’s Golden State Warriors in 2009 as their point guard, Steph played NCAA college basketball with the Davidson Wildcats. Here he established himself in NCAA infamy by setting the all-time scoring record for the college in the southern conference where he was twice named the conference player of the year in 2008 and 2009. 

This is a testament to the numerous awards and accolades he continues to excel in his current NBA tenure. The NBA star is no far shot from greatness and impressive feats. Already amassing three NBA championship titles, he has also broken the record for 3 point shots in December 2021. With Steph’s 2,974 careers 3- pointers in 789 games, he has beaten the previous 3 point shot record of below player Ray Allen.