Warriors’ Stephen Curry gets crash course on vlogging from Kevin Hart
Turns out, Curry’s on-cam skills (or lack thereof) was first exposed by comedian and big NBA fan Kevin Hart.
In a tweet on Thursday, the two-time NBA MVP with the Warriors shared that Hart gave him tips on how to become a good vlogger during a J.P. Morgan and Chase event prior to the government-mandated quarantine period.
Hart showed Steph how to talk to his “Curry Cronies”, much to the delight of the children gracing the event. Check out the hilarious video below of the Warriors’ star.
Before we started socially distancing, @KevinHart4real dropped some wisdom and taught me how to vlog at a @jpmorgan @Chase event where we opened up about our ups/downs w/ money in hopes of inspiring kids. So w/o further ado, I present my 1st ever vlog 😂 https://t.co/rfw3PYUUtb
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) April 2, 2020
Kevin Hart, meanwhile, knows a thing or two about the importance of having a good social media presence. Apart from being one biggest comedians and movie stars in the world, Hart has amassed a huge social media following on multiple online platforms.
Stephen Curry, on the other hand, remains as one of the most popular and influential figures in all of major sports. Despite only suiting up in just five games for the Warriors prior to the suspension, Curry continues to be beloved by fans all over the world.
He averaged 20.8 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 6.6 assists for the Warriors before sitting out due to a wrist injury.
The three-time NBA champion with the Warriors has been pretty active during the pandemic, helping out underprivileged children together with his wife Ayesha. The couple has given out generous donations through their Eat. Learn. Play Foundation.
The NBA, meanwhile, appears to continue being off the air for quite some time and fans would certainly love to see more vlogs from Curry and his family, reminding everyone about the Warriors and the human face of the team.