Born on March 14, 1988, Stephen Curry is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Curry joined the team on June 25, in the 2009 NBA draft. The six-time All-Star has led his team to three championships from 2015 through 2018 and named the NBA’s most valuable player (MVP) two times. Golden Warrior player is regarded as one of the greatest shooters in NBA history. According to the reports, Curry’s average salary is around $70 million. As per Celebrity Net Worth, the two-time MVP’s net worth is about $130 million. Let us look at his luxurious lifestyle and assets.
In 2019, Curry had bought a 1.2-acre mansion for $31 million in Atherton, California. In 2015, he purchased a 7,520 square feet mansion in Walnut Creek, California, for $3.2 million. He also owns a 4,700 square feet mansion in Orinda, California, which was bought in 2013 for $3.9 million.
Being one of the best NBA players has its perks as Curry has driven top-of-the-line cars from the premium carmakers. Curry has driven various premium cars ranging from the Porsche 911 GT3 worth 175,900 dollars, Porsche Panamera Turbo S worth 150,000 dollars, Tesla Model X 90D worth 93,184 dollars, 2018 Infiniti Q50 worth 35,200 dollars, Cadillac Escalade ESV worth 76,990 dollars, and Kia Sorento SXL worth 25,900 dollars to the Mercedes Benz G55 worth 123,600 dollars. Still, we reckon the Range Rover Sport LWB worth 208,200 dollars as the crown jewel of his collection.
Curry is fond of premium watches. He owns Cartier Santos Skeleton worth 57,000 dollars, Rolex Day Date 40 worth 34,975 dollars and Rolex Deep Sea Dive Watch worth 10,000 dollars.
The two-time MVP is known to be an incredibly sharp dresser. He wore an Emporio Armani Suit worth 2,000 dollars at the 2017 GQ fashion shoot.
Curry is also known for his donations to charities and organizations. He auctioned off his customized pair of Under Armour Curry 4s for $28,000 at Brother’s Keeper Alliance, President Barack Obama’s foundation. Much like the Under Armour Curry 4s, he auctioned off the Under Armour Curry 3s for 30,101 dollars to support the Oakland Fire Relief Fund.
Curry also has lucrative sponsorship deals with various brands. Forbes estimated a combination of the brands netted him an additional $42 million on top of his salary as a basketball player in 2020. Some of his brand endorsements are Callaway Golf, Chase, Fanatics, Under Armour, and Infiniti.