A five-year, $201 million contract this summer was more than enough reason for Stephen Curry to donate $118,000 to those who have suffered due to Hurricane Harvey.

The Golden State Warriors pledged a $100,000 donation and then proceeded to knock down 18 of 25 shots from beyond the arc at $1,000 each — summing to a $118,000 total, one of the largest donations by an NBA player.

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“Praise to the families, we got your back,” said Curry at the end of the video, according to ESPN.


The likes of Chris Paul, John Wall, Bradley Beal, and others have chipped in to support this cause, while Houston natives Gerald Green, Jonathon Simmons, and Tim Frazier have done their part urging their followers to donate and be proactive.

The sports community, as usual, has come together in these times of need, crossing the bridge of sport and helping those who have fallen victim to this natural disaster.

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has raised his relief fund campaign milestone to $12 million, while Houston Rockets owner Les Alexander came up from his initial $4 million donation to $10 million.