ESPN.com "Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry wore a sleeve on his right arm to protect an elbow injury during the team's shootaround Wednesday morning and is expected to wear the sleeve in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals, a reminder of the lingering damage from the harrowing spill he took..." May 27
Houston Chronicle "Stephen Curry’s harrowing fall Monday night in Houston did more than scare his teammates and Warriors fans – it also re-ignited the conversation about concussions in sports. Most chatter in recent years has focused on the long-term risks for football players who sustain head injuries. But as..." May 27
ESPN.com "Warriors star and NBA MVP Stephen Curry missed the equivalent of a quarter after taking a hard fall on his head, neck and back area near the basket in the second quarter of Monday night's 128-115 loss to the Rockets. The Warriors said that after a series of tests, it was determined Curry had no..." May 26
Pro Basketball Talk "Well, this was a scary moment. In the second quarter of Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals in Houston, Stephen Curry jumped to defend Trevor Ariza but took a fall over Ariza’s back on the play. He stayed down for several minutes." May 25
Sporting News "No one can seem to get enough of Stephen Curry's adorable daughter, Riley. No one, that is, except Charles Barkley. The Basketball Hall of Famer and TNT analyst said he would rather not have players bring their kids to post-game news conferences. “Reporters are there trying to do their job,”..." May 25
San Jose Mercury News "No, I guess the stage isn't too big, the pressure isn't too oppressive, and the Western Conference finals aren't too much for Stephen Curry. It's the other way around: As the games have gotten bigger and the media attention has mushroomed, Curry has found a calm, casual brilliance in this..." May 25
ESPN Los Angeles "While Steve Kerr and Stephen Curry weren't in full agreement Wednesday on the genesis of a play that resulted in the MVP's $5,000 fine, they both were adamant it wasn't worth the league's time or discipline. The Golden State Warriors coach and guard said his fall after a shot Tuesday was a..." May 21
NBA.com "The NBA announced today that Pelicans forward Anthony Davis has been named to the 2014-15 All-NBA First Team. The distinction is the first in Davis’ three years in the NBA. Davis, 6-10, 220, led the NBA in Player Impact Estimate (PIE), which measures a player's overall statistical contribution..." May 21
Complex "Had Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry, your 2014-2015 NBA MVP, gotten his way on draft day in June 2009, he would've been a New York Knick. Just over two weeks away from the 2015 Draft lottery (one in which the Knicks are set to score their highest pick since that fateful 2009 Draft),..." May 05
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry is your 2015 NBA MVP. He's currently getting ready for Game 2 against the Grizzlies, although Memphis might have the bigger task preparing to contain Curry. "I don't get a vote, but I acknowledge his MVP status," Tony Allen said after practice on Monday. "It's well deserved, I..." May 05
USA Today "Stephen Curry stood up there for more than an hour, thanking his family, his teammates, his friends, coaches and colleagues for playing a part in the MVP campaign that became official inside an Oakland hotel conference room on Monday afternoon. It was, in some respects, the same kind of..." May 05
CSN Bay Area "Warriors guard Stephen Curry will be named the NBA's Most Valuable Player, according to multiple league sources in recent days. Official announcement will come this week, sources said, likely on Monday between Games 1 and 2 of the Western Conference semifinals series between the Warriors and..." May 04
NBA.com "The Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry, who set a single-season record for three-pointers made and led the league's best regular-season team in scoring, assists and steals, has won the 2014-15 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player Award, the NBA announced today. The 6-3 guard becomes the second Warriors..." May 04
The MVP vote finished: 1. Curry 2. Harden 3. LeBron 4. Westbrook, 5. Davis. I voted: 1. Curry 2. Harden 3. Westbrook 4. LeBron 5. Davis.
Larry Brown Sports "Watching Stephen Curry effortlessly drain 3-pointers never gets old. Curry, who could be on his way to winning the NBA MVP award during a year in which he broke the record — his own — for 3-pointers made in a season, seems to never miss in practice. On Tuesday, he set a personal record in..." April 15
Sporting News "When it comes to long-range shooting, the case can be made that the Warriors' Stephen Curry is in a league of his own. The guard hit his 273rd 3-pointer against the Trail Blazers Thursday night, breaking the record of 272 he set in 2013. In fact, Curry now owns three of the top five 3-point..." April 10
CBSSports.com "On Tuesday, I wrote about how the MVP race is down to a two-man race. One of the Sportsbook agrees. The odds are off the books at Sportsbook.com and TheGreek.com (the two I typically use for these posts, as well as at PinnacleSports).But Bovada.lv released their odds Wednesday, and it's pretty..." April 01
Complex "As of right now, NBA players have absolutely no say in who wins the MVP award at the end of the season. Guys like Kevin Durant have suggested changing that. But at the moment, only certain members of the media are allowed to vote for the NBA MVP. If Stephen Curry had a vote, though, he knows..." March 17
Bogut, Iguodala, Curry and Thompson will rest tonight.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said he talked to Stephen Curry and the team's athletic trainer. The foot is no longer a concern.
CSN Bay Area "10 days after wrapping up an All-Star Weekend that verified his status as a superstar, Stephen Curry on Wednesday will make another stop for those of exalted status. One day after the Warriors play the Wizards in Washington on Tuesday, Curry is going to the White House." February 25
Pro Basketball Talk "Stephen Curry is the best player on the league’s best team, and was the top overall vote-getter in the final All-Star balloting results. Despite that meteoric rise to an elite level of stardom, he’s not quite to the LeBron James level of global icon just yet. But speaking to reporters following..." February 17
SI.com "Splash. In a performance astounding yet highly unsurprising, Warriors star Stephen Curry got hot, stayed hot and took home the Three-Point Contest title with 27 points in the final round. Saturday was Curry's fourth appearance in the competition and his first title. "Just being in that..." February 15
Sporting News "Stephen Curry plans to use his platform during NBA All-Star weekend to honor the life of Deah Shaddy Barakat. Barakat was one of three victims who were shot to death Feb. 10 near the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The other victims were his wife, Yusor Mohammad, and his wife's..." February 14
Yahoo! Sports "The Golden State Warriors' backcourt of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson plan to participate in the NBA's three-point shooting contest during All-Star Weekend in New York, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Atlanta's Kyle Korver, Portland's Wesley Matthews, and the Los Angeles Clippers' J.J...." January 27
Sporting News "Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is an MVP candidate with few holes in his game. The one area Curry — and the Warriors, at large — still struggles with is ball protection. The Warriors have the best record in the league through the first half of the NBA season, and Curry averages 23.2..." January 20
Steph Curry just became the fastest player in NBA history to 1,000 career 3-pointers... 88 games faster than Dennis Scott #warriors
Sporting News "As is often the case with Stephen Curry, the Golden State Warriors point guard played brilliantly against the Detroit Pistons on Sunday. Curry had 16 points and nine assists when he tweaked his left ankle in the third quarter and needed to leave the game. In this case, Curry's X-ray came back..." December 03
Oakland Tribune "Dell and Sonya Curry still keep a room for their son, Stephen, in their Charlotte, North Carolina, home where they hosted Warriors teammates and about 40 family members for Thanksgiving. Memorabilia from Stephen's high school days at Charlotte Christian School remains inside the household where..." November 28
Isiah Thomas told Sirius XM Stephen Curry is NBA's best point guard. "He's also trying to dominate you on the defensive side of the ball."
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry lit it up in the Warriors' 114-97 win over the Miami Heat on Tuesday night, totaling 40 points on 12-for-19 shooting and 8-for-11 from 3-point range to go along with seven assists, six rebounds, three steals and two turnovers in 37 minutes. In the process, he recorded his 51st..." November 27
Tonight marked the first time in 76 games that Stephen Curry did not hit a three. He finished with the fifth longest streak in NBA history.
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry has spent five seasons burnishing his offensive credentials, which rank among the five most impressive in the league. Now the All-Star point guard will be asked to put greater emphasis on defense. Rookie coach Steve Kerr said Thursday that he and his staff have studied enough..." September 26
Washington Post "Stephen Curry is no longer the overlooked overachiever who routinely silenced those with modest to low expectations for his game or his career. Curry is now a star with playmaking skills to accompany that pure shooting stroke and has stepped into a world where outside perceptions of his talent..." August 26
Real GM Basketball "Stephen Curry was asked if watching LeBron James returning to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers would lead him to consider playing for his hometown Charlotte Hornets. "I've always had thoughts about playing at home, what it would be like," Curry said on The Doug Gottlieb Show. "My dad played..." August 15
Yahoo! Sports "Few destinations have benefited from the craft beer boom more than the Bay Area. Breweries and beer gardens abound, so naturally when Golden State's most famous basketball player drowns his sorrows after a first-round playoff loss to the L.A. Clippers, he orders some suds at California Pizza..." August 14
CSN Bay Area "On May 29, amid swirling rumors that the Warriors were reportedly contemplating trading Klay Thompson to Minnesota for power forward Kevin Love, Stephen Curry let it be known he didn't want Thompson to be dealt. "I definitely want him to continue to be my backcourt mate and keep pushing," Curry..." August 13
Fox Sports "Stephen Curry has never shied away from a good offense -- the Warriors star has made a career scoring a barrage of baskets throughout his five years in the NBA. But the guard beefed up his offensive prowess even more on Tuesday by taking a shot at the King himself. During a call-in to the Dan..." August 12
San Francisco Chronicle "Stephen Curry still sounds like a man in a quandary. Two weeks after Steve Kerr was hired to replace Curry's beloved head coach Mark Jackson, the Warriors' point guard spoke openly Thursday about his emotions regarding the coaching swap and the direction of the franchise. "It's tough," Curry..." May 30
San Jose Mercury News "Stephen Curry is an emotional ‘tweener right now. It comes through in his tone. He’s excited about new coach Steve Kerr but also still frustrated by the firing of Mark Jackson. He’s encouraged by the prospects of a fresh start under a new regime but still bummed out by the manner the last one..." May 15
Sporting News "The Warriors, who emerge from the All-Star break having gone just 7-9 in their last 16 games, including disappointing home losses to Charlotte, Washington and Minnesota, remain aggressive in their search to bolster their bench, league sources confirmed. But the team is not expected to go over..." February 18
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The stars are aligned in New Orleans this weekend for the NBA’s annual All-Star Game. It’s the perfect stage to remind everyone that Miami’s LeBron James and/or Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant is the game’s best shooter, right? Not according to James and Durant. “Steph Curry [of the Golden..." February 15
Oakland Tribune "Stephen Curry, in a sign of the standards the Warriors have set for themselves, made it clear after a 102-87 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday that his team could do much better with sustaining success. "I feel like we are underachieving right now, but I feel we can only control what's..." February 07
San Francisco Gate "TNT’s top NBA analysts held an All-Star conference call Thursday morning, and one of the most extended debates was about the maturation process of Warriors point guard Stephen Curry. Charles Barkley granted Curry the All-Star tag, but said the fifth-year player has a way to go to become a true..." February 06
Oakland Tribune "Stephen Curry hadn't enjoyed looking at stat sheets lately because despite impressive numbers on offense for the Warriors, too often they came during losses. That trend went on at least a one-game hiatus as the Warriors cruised to a 103-88 win against the Portland Trail Blazers at Oracle Arena..." January 27
NBA.com "Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors will start in his first NBA All-Star Game, having secured the top spot among Western Conference backcourt players after the final returns of NBA All-Star Balloting 2014 presented by Sprint. Curry (1,047,281) is joined in the West backcourt by the L.A...." January 25
Warriors guard Stephen Curry amongst players on the USA roster, source said.
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry was cleared for non-contact drills on Thursday before participating in an optional morning shootaround, CSNBayArea.com has learned. The point guard is still listed as day-to-day. His status for Friday's game against the Lakers in Los Angeles is uncertain. "He's a big-time..." November 22
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors expect to have Stephen Curry back in the lineup to face the Lakers on Friday, and there are at least 30.3 reasons why they really, really need him. In two games without Curry, the Warriors are 0-2 and average 77 points. In eight games with Curry, the Warriors are 8-2 and average..." November 22
Steph Curry (concussion) was cleared for non-contact drills drills and did quite a bit of shooting at Thursday's light practice in L.A.