Steph Curry made NBA history in 2017 when he became the first player to sign a contract worth more than $200 million.
Soon, he’ll be eligible to sign a four-year, $215 million extension with the Golden State Warriors — making him the first player to ever sign back-to-back $200 million deals.
Curry’s current deal ends after the 2021-22 season and will put $45.7 million in his pocket, bringing his total career earnings to more than $254 million over 12 seasons, per Spotrac.
Will Curry put pen to paper and re-up with the Warriors? It appears likely. Regardless of his decision, the three-time NBA champion has used his wealth to build his portfolio and give back.
Through his company, SC30 Inc., Curry has put together an impressive list of investments and donations.
- Investor in at-home fitness startup Tonal and beverage company Oxigen.
- Co-founder of Unanimous Media and marketing platform Slyce.
- Investor in Step, a financial services app also backed by Alex Rodriguez.
- Made a seven-figure donation to Howard University to fund a men’s and women’s Division I golf program.
The Warriors face challenges ahead. Curry’s extension looms, and the window to win another title is closing for their aging roster.
Only three other NBA players have inked deals for $200 million or more: James Harden, Russell Westbrook, and Giannis Antetokounmpo.