Stephen Curry trying to polish typing skills amid coronavirus suspension
Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is, like the rest of us, trying to keep himself busy during quarantine. One of the things the former two-time MVP winner has apparently been working on? His typing skills.
Curry’s wife, Ayesha, recently shared a brief clip of Steph intently staring at a computer screen with his hands glued on the keyboard. The three-time NBA champ admitted himself that he wanted to learn this random skill because of the fact that he never really got the chance to do so growing up:
Three-time champion Steph Curry learning how to type at the age of 32 pic.twitter.com/0yLbbBNElf
— Chris Montano (@gswchris) April 18, 2020
That’s at least one thing Curry isn’t good at. Although knowing him, the Warriors stud will probably end up being a better typer than 95% of the world by the time he’s done. It wouldn’t be surprising if he does this in record time as well.
The league suspension caused by the coronavirus pandemic is obviously taking its toll on Curry. It looks like he has run out of productive things to do since he has resorted to this random activity. Hang in there, Steph, we’re all behind you on this one.
All jokes aside, though, Curry has actually been doing quite a bit to help out during these terrible times. Recently, the 32-year-old was involved in the launch of a feeding program that aims to provide food for those who are most in need. He also Facetimed a few healthcare workers in the Bay Area to thank them for their invaluable efforts to fight the dreaded virus.
The Warriors star also recently revealed that he himself was suspected of having the coronavirus. Thankfully, it was a false alarm.
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