Warriors’ Stephen Curry unveils his latest tech investment Palm Unlocked
Although Stephen Curry is arguably still in his prime, he’s already starting to make investment after investment to prepare for life after the NBA. The Golden State Warriors guard posted a photo of him on Instagram modeling a mobile device called Palm Unlocked.
It is both surprising and amazing that Curry, who has been in the NBA Finals for five consecutive seasons (winning three titles in that span), is still able to find ample time to focus on his business ventures. Aside from his partnership with Palm, the two-time MVP also has two shows on ABC in which he is the executive producer; “Holey Moley,” an extreme miniature golf competition, and “Family Food Fight,” hosted by wife Ayesha Curry; a chef and restaurateur.
Several former and current NBA players have become successful businessmen, including Hall of Famers Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal, and Kobe Bryant, and LeBron James. These individuals continue to make millions outside of the NBA, and that has kept them and their families financially stable.
Curry is entering the third year of the five-year, $200 million contract he signed in 2017. Although this is one of the most lucrative deals in NBA history, Steph understands that he would make more if he invests in tech and media companies.
Of course, Curry’s top priority at the moment is still his basketball career, but he’s already making sure that he and his family are well provided once he decides to walk away from the NBA. So don’t be surprised if he will build partnerships with more companies in the near future.