Warriors star point guard Stephen Curry announced his recent partnership with a future WNBA prospect. Azzi Fudd is a freshman at the University of Connecticut and is a star on the court. As the top women's basketball prospect for the class of 2021, Fudd accepted a scholarship to play for UConn.

Now, she is welcomed to Curry's SC30 family. “Hype to be a part of the journey on and off the court. Family, purpose & changing the game for good 100%” Curry tweeted.

The Warriors point guard created SC30, his off court brand, to promote and invite positive change. According to Curry, “We aim to create new opportunities that dismantle industry norms across brand partnerships, media, investments and philanthropy.” Adding Fudd to the brand as their first ever athlete signing is a message in itself. Curry is breaking the gender norms in sports, choosing a woman to represent a largely male influenced part of society.

Fudd has known the Warriors superstar for quite some time now. The 18-year-old was only 15 when she was invited to Curry's SC30 Select Camp, where she competed against other top prospects in the country. She won the Gatorade National Girls' Basketball Player of the Year award a year later. Now, she is living out her dreams as a top-tier UConn basketball player with a partnership with the Warriors star.