NBA Salary, endorsement, signature shoes, Unanimous Media
Chase, Nissan Motor, Under Armour, Palm, Rakuten
No kid Hungry, Eat, Learn Play foundation
The Greatest shooter of all time. Steph Curry's game is what defines today's NBA. Coming into a league that mainly focused on taking high percentage shots, near the rim, he defied all barriers and proved that shooting volume 3s was the next big thing in the league.
Steph had such elite skills that in 2014-15 he became the 1st ever player to be named the unanimous league MVP. He has won 3 NBA titles with the Golden State Warriors and is the 2015 3-point contest champion. He is a 2-time league MVP, a 6-time All-Star, and has 6 All-NBA selections. In 2016, he finished the season as the scoring champion, with an average of 30.1 points per game.
Stephen Curry will go down as a handful of players who revolutionized the league with their play. He is the reason why today's NBA game is played the way it is.
How much is Stephen Curry's Net Worth in 2022 ?
According to celebrity net worth, Steph Curry's net worth is estimated to be $160 million. He has earned his money over the years not only through his massive NBA salary but also from some massive endorsement deals from almost every major company in the United States and several profitable investment ventures.
In his first 10 years in the league, Steph Curry earned $130 million as his salary from NBA and $150 million in endorsements. In 2017 he signed a five-year $206.8 million deal with the Golden State Warriors which was the largest contract signed by a player at the time. He also has major endorsement deals with Under Armor, TCL's palm phones, a company in which Curry is involved as the lead investor. He also started a company named Unanimous Media which focuses on media production and technology.
On August 4, 2021 Steph Curry signed a 4-year $215 million extension with the Warriors. The per season salary breaks down as such:
2022 – 2023: $48 million
2023 – 2024: $51.9 million
2024 – 2025: $55.7 million
2025 – 2026: $59.6 million
Steph Curry's Endorsement Earnings
Steph Curry's Under Armor deal is responsible for a major part of his endorsement earnings. In 2013 it was reported that he was earning $4 million dollars from his UA shoe deal but in 2015 he signed an extension that will keep him with the company till 2024. Although the details of the new deal are unknown there have been rumors that this new deal included an equity stake in the company. Other than that he has endorsements from Chase, Nissan Motor, Rakuten, Sony, JP Morgan, Brita, Unilever, and Vivo.
Steph Curry's Investments
Steph Curry used the platform that the NBA has given him to diversify his income and invest in companies that he believes in. He invested in a water-based company named Oxigen, which helps to recover from muscle soreness. His investment company manages his other investments in San Francisco-based tech firm Mos and Guild Education, which is based in Denver. Guild Education helps Fortune 500 companies such as Disney, Walmart, Yum Brands' Taco Bell, and Lowe's offer debt-free degrees to their employees.
Steph Curry's Charity Work
Steph Curry is involved with a wide variety of charities. He has been a major part of the Animal Rescue Foundation, the United Nations Foundation, and Nothing But Nets. He has traveled extensively to spread awareness on causes such as AIDS, animals, children, environment, health, human rights, peace, and women.
Steph also pledged to support Eat. Learn. Play foundation which is based in Oakland and helps out the local community there.
In the past, he has used his social media platforms to raise awareness for the No Child Hungry campaign, lobbying politicians to make changes so that there can be a brighter future for the next generation of kids growing up.
Steph Curry's Other sources of income
Curry has been a smart investor. He started his own company SC30 to manage his investments, he also founded a media company, Unanimous Media which ventures into technology and media production.
Steph Curry's House
Steph Curry bought a $31 million 3 story mansion in Atherton, California. It was the biggest purchase of a real estate property in the Bay Area. The property sits on a 1.2-acre lot and is away from the media's eyes. The facilities on his house include a swimming pool with a poolside cabana, a built-in barbecue, and a fireplace.