As the summer pans out for NBA stars, they have ample opportunity to give back to the community however way they choose. For Steph Curry, he offers a lucrative $2250 basketball camp for an overnight experience at the campus of BYU-Hawaii. Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, who also has his own camp at the same campus, thinks this price is a ridiculous fee for young aspiring athletes.

“I see a lot of different athletes come through Hawaii whether it’s Stephen Curry or whoever it is,” remarked Bennett. “They all come here and it makes me mad, because I live in this community and I understand this community — that there’s so many kids who can’t afford to pay such a high amount of money. In my mind it’s like, how much money do you need before you start giving back for free? And I think a lot of athletes should start focusing on that.”

It seems Steph has taken notice of Bennett's comments. Although he has no plans of lowering his price, he recommends his little brother Seth‘s basketball camp instead, for a much lower price of $200 per athlete.

Maybe this refusal to lower his price is a good indication of how Steph will act during free agency next year. The back-to-back MVP will likely have to take a pay cut to keep the Warriors‘ new super team intact, so maybe we'll see the same stringent attitude when it comes time for him to sign a new dotted line.

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