Stephen Curry added another great achievement in his resume after leading the Golden State Warriors to the 2022 NBA championship and winning the Finals’ MVP for the first time in his illustrious career.
The Dubs’ superstar guard will receive more accolades soon for his incredible career so far as his alma mater Davidson will retire No.30 on August as Davidson athletic director Chris Clunie said Friday.
August 31st, 2022.
Director of Athletics Chris Clunie shares the news of celebrating the incredible Stephen Curry. pic.twitter.com/wUl78gzxEN
— Davidson Basketball (@DavidsonMBB) June 17, 2022
As part of the celebration, he will be inducted into the Davidson Athletics Hall of Fame and will receive his bachelor’s degree. Curry completed his bachelor of Arts in May. Graduating was a condition for the Warriors’ star to be honored.
The Warriors’ superstar attended Davidson from 2006 to 2009, and he’s obviously the best player ever to be produced from the North Carolina school. He is the school’s all-time leader in points, 3-pointers, free throws, field goals and steals.
He led the basketball team to the Elite Eight in 2008 during Curry’s breakout season in the NCAA tournament. The ceremony for Curry’s number retirement will take place on August 31.