Stephen Currys real first name is Wardell. But you might not want to call him that

Por: Los Angeles Times Sports January 22, 2021


Stephen Curry seems pretty tight with longtime Golden State Warriors beat writer Marcus Thompson. Curry gave unprecedented access and granted exclusive interviews to Thompson when he was writing the NBA superstar's biography, according to the back cover of Golden: The Miraculous Rise of Steph Curry. But apparently they're not quite tight enough for the Athletic columnist to refer to Curry by his given first name. Yep, it's not... + full article

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