Stephen Curry's Net Worth and Businesses—He's Won Player of the Week 20 Times

Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors

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Key Takeaways

  • The Golden State Warriors' superstar guard, Stephen Curry, has a net worth of $160 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
  • In 2017, Curry signed the NBA's first $200 million contract with the Golden State Warriors, and landed a second $215 million four-year contract extension in 2021.
  • In April 2023, Curry received $75 million worth of shares in sportswear company Under Armour for becoming president of its Curry Brand remaining a company ambassador, according to The Athletic.
  • Curry's businesses include a production company, sneaker and athletic wear maker Curry Brand, and his own line of bourbon.

Four-time NBA champion Stephen Curry might be taking a little break from the court after falling on his knee during last Sunday's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, but he's still at the top of his game this season.

Earlier this month, Curry was named Western Conference Player of the Week for the 20th time, becoming the 13th player in NBA history to win the award 20 times in his career.

The Golden State Warriors superstar guard has had a legendary career in the NBA so far—and has made millions doing so. Curry was the eighth highest-paid athlete in the world in 2023, according to Forbes, earning $100 million total for the year.

Curry has a net worth of $160 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. But he makes millions off the court, too—the NBA champion is a savvy investor and entrepreneur with many lucrative businesses and partnerships to his name.

Curry NBA Salary

Curry has made millions from his career in the NBA so far.

In 2017, Curry signed the NBA's first $200 million contract with the Golden State Warriors. In 2021, Curry landed a $215 million, four-year contract extension through the 2025-2026 season. The Warriors' point guard is expected to earn $51.9 million in the 2023-2024 season.

Curry's Under Armour Deal

Sportswear brand Under Armour (UAA) has had a partnership with Curry since 2013. The NBA player has his own Curry Brand of sneakers and athletic wear with Under Armour.

In April 2023, Curry received $75 million worth of shares in Under Armour for becoming the president of Curry Brand and remaining an ambassador for the company, according to The Athletic. The long-term deal he signed with Under Armour in 2023 is expected to extend past the end of his career with the NBA.

Brands and Businesses

Curry also has founded several companies and brands. The two-time Most Valuable Player (MVP) has his own company, SC30, which manages the player's businesses, investments, and philanthropic efforts.

Curry also has his own production company, Unanimous Media, which develops, produces, and distributes various film and TV ventures as well as podcasts. Some of the projects include Underrated, a feature documentary on Curry's basketball journey for Apple TV+, and Jumpshot, a documentary on Kenny Sailors, who invented the jumpshot in basketball. Unanimous Media has partnerships with Comcast NBCUniversal, and Audible for podcasts.

In May 2023, Curry launched his own line of bourbon, Gentleman's Cut Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Each bottle retails for about $73, and the brand also sells tumblers and sweatshirts in addition to whiskey.

Curry is also invested in Tonal, a smart home gym startup, which is valued at up to about $600 million as of 2023, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Curry's wife, Ayesha Curry, is a savvy entrepreneur herself and has a cookbook, a line of cookware, jewelry, and bedding, among other products. The couple has their own foundation, Eat. Learn. Play., which aims to provide healthy food, literacy, and resources for kids in Oakland, California. Their work includes remodeling schoolyards in Oakland and investing in middle-school sports programming.

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