Some people are capable of anything to get the autograph of their idols, and that’s what happened to a young man who met Stephen Curry playing golf, and asked him to sign a Warriors jersey with the number 30, but he wasn’t going to get it so easy.
Stephen Curry was part of the American Century Championship Golf Tournament, and realizing the admiration of a boy, he asked him to do 30 push ups, to which the young man immediately agreed, and before he finished, the Warriors player was already stamping his signature.
Young fella asked how many push ups for the ✒️😂 #30 @ACChampionship pic.twitter.com/nQfh0kkvDw
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) July 7, 2022
Who asked Curry for his signature
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Mason Barber, just 20 years old, immediately accepted the challenge and received the desired reward. Curry, who just helped the Warriors win the NBA title in 2022, is the main attraction at the annual golf tournament.
The 2022 NBA Finals MVP has been in Tahoe for several days for a few practice rounds, and he made the day, week, month, year and life of a young fan Wednesday when he threw a golf ball at him.
The Warriors star kept his word and, as promised, autographed the fan’s jersey. However, to say it came at a pretty steep price would be an understatement.
This should serve as a bit of a warning to Steph and Warriors fans. If you want his autograph, you better be prepared for what Curry will want to ask for in return. Then again, Steph is one of the nicest guys out there, so this is definitely out of the norm for him. Still, it wouldn’t hurt to be prepared, right?
@StephenCurry30 didn’t have time to sign autographs between 10th and 11th hole. Mason Barber, a 20-year-old #Warriors fan from SF, found a creative way to stand out in the crowd: He did 30 push-ups on the tee box in Tahoe. And he got the autograph (and handshake) pic.twitter.com/RBJei4RVSF
— Ron Kroichick (@ronkroichick) July 7, 2022
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