Steph Curry to graduate from Davidson College during NBA Playoffs – NBC10 Philadelphia

The awards go on and on for Warriors superstar Steph Curry. He is the best 3-point shooter of all time in the NBA, as well as a three-time champion, two-time league MVP and eight-time All-Star Game.

On Sunday, the 34-year-old security guard added to his resume a major life achievement by officially becoming a college graduate.

Although Curry was not present at Davidson’s inauguration ceremony, his mother, Sonia, was present and recorded the moment his name was called.

Curry played three seasons at Davidson College from 2006 to 2009 and put himself and the Wildcats at stake, leading the team into the top eight at the 2008 NCAA Tournament.

As a junior in 2009, Curry dropped out of college to prepare for the NBA Draft, and he missed a semester. This spring Curry re-enrolled and finished her last coursework. He will receive a bachelor of arts degree in sociology.

Davidson insisted he would not put off his Curry jersey № 30 Wildcats until he received his high school diploma. Now that the last field is set, Warriors fans can expect number 30 to be raised on the rafters of the John M. Belk Arena sooner rather than later.

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