Watch: Steph Curry's offseason highlight with Bradley Cooper as Warriors star sings "Shallow" and shoots cheesesteaks

Steph Curry gets to sing
Steph Curry gets to sing 'Shallow' with Bradley Cooper while shooting cheesesteaks to the crowd

Steph Curry has been taking some time off basketball before he gets back to work and represents Team USA in the upcoming Paris Olympics. While waiting to get back on the basketball court, the four-time NBA champion was seen with Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper on Saturday.

Both celebrities were present at the Williams Sonoma Culinary Stage along with Emmy Award-winning chef Jose Andres as they drew a record crowd at the BottleRock Napa Valley during Day 2 of the Wine Country Festival.

In the videos that have become viral on social media, Curry is seen singing 'Shallow' with Bradley Cooper. The single became a hit in 2018 when the movie 'A Star is Born' came out in the cinemas where Cooper was dueting with multi-awarded singer Lady Gaga. Through the years, the song has become one of the most streamed hits on Spotify.

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Curry reverted to his basketball roots as he gave away cheesesteaks by shooting them into the crowd with a follow-through. Following the lead of the 10-time NBA All-Star, Bradley Cooper also shot cheesesteaks to the crowd like a basketball.

Steph Curry shares on social media is thoughts about the disappointing Golden State Warriors season

At 36 years old, Steph Curry is approaching the tail end of his NBA career. Many of his fans are hoping that the recent 2023-24 season will bring him and the Golden State Warriors to another title after their 2022 championship.

From suspensions, injuries, and missed shots, the Warriors finished at the bottommost of the NBA Play-In Tournament and got eliminated by the rising Sacramento Kings.

Since then many have not heard from Steph Curry but he managed to break his silence through a social media post earlier this week.

"Even though year 15 didn’t end as planned, a lot to build on and a lot to look forward to! Appreciate DubNation and thankful for it all! 10X All NBA, who would’ve thought…See y’all this summer," poster Curry with an American flag emoji hinting his upcoming stint with Team USA.

With all the accolades that Curry accomplished in his illustrious basketball career, his trophy case still lacks a gold medal from the Olympics which most American basketball Hall of Famers have. This is not the first time the former Davidson Wildcat got to experience international basketball as he won two gold medals at the FIBA World Cup in 2010 and 2014.

Steph Curry is expected to be joined by LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Joel Embiid, Jason Tatum, Devin Booker and Anthony Davis. Warriors' Steve Kerr along with Erik Spoelstra, Mark Few, and Tyronn Lue will be part of the coaching team.

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