Golden State Warriors All-Star Stephen Curry is known as one of the greatest marksman the NBA has ever known. However, he admits that his freestyle rapping skills need a bit of work.
During a break in the action at the Stephen Curry Charity Classic at TPC Harding Park, the Warriors star grabbed a microphone, then proceeded to lay down a few bars:
“I don’t know where this ball is goin’, and I’m sure not good at flowin’,” Curry rapped.
Here's Steph Curry freestyle rapping — the term is used loosely — at his charity golf tournament
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Curry is actually a fine golfer, and he’s made several contributions to the sport. Earlier this summer, the former Davidson standout made a seven-figure donation to Howard University, allowing the historically black college to launch men’s and women’s golf teams.
Under Armor launched a line of golf apparel with Curry earlier this year called the Range Unlimited Collection. The set features 14 essential pieces that reflect his style, with shirts, pants, hats and other accessories also available.
Curry and the Warriors will be looking to make another playoff push in the coming season. The Dubs finished the 2018-19 regular season with an impressive 57-25 overall record, which earned the team a No. 1 seed in the Western Conference Playoffs. Unfortunately, though, Golden State was defeated by the Toronto Raptors in the Finals, 4-2.