Who showed up for Stephen Curry’s minicamp? Looking at NBA greats of past and present

Golden State Warriors legendary point guard Stephen Curry is currently enjoying his offseason vacation. However, the four-time NBA champion seems to have already begun preparing for the upcoming season, and he is not doing it alone.

He’s actively getting himself ready in the gym as the NBA preseason draws near. Recently, Curry and his longtime trainer met up before the 2023–24 NBA season to plan a recent mini-camp, which included several other Warriors players and NBA athletes. 

Who was at Stephen Curry’s minicamp?

Many famous NBA players attended the minicamp Stephen Curry organized with Brandon Payne, his trusted trainer, in Las Vegas. Both current and former players were present at the camp including Brandin Podziemski, Trayce Jackson-Davis, Moses Moody, and Lester Quinones.

However, the training-camp was highlighted by the appearance of big names from the current NBA. Stars like Trae Young, Seth Curry, Josh Christopher, Kenneth Faried, and Kent Bazemore were in attendance at the camp and were seen having a good time training with the Warriors’ icon.

There were several college athletes including Azzi Fudd who grabbed the opportunity to learn from the four-time NBA champion.

They all came to practice and learn together with Stephen Curry and his trainer, Brandon Payne. It was a mix of current, old, and upcoming basketball players in the NBA.

Has Stephen Curry previously hosted any minicamp?

The former MVP, Stephen Curry had previously hosted a minicamp like his recent endeavor, with the 7th annual Curry Camp. This practical training camp was created for the country’s top high school basketball players after a two-year break. He was there along with a group of experienced and professional coaches, training the youngsters during the camp.

Stephen Curry personally chose 26 boys and girls to receive one-on-one coaching from him. The opportunity inspired many young basketball players to continue pursuing their passion.

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Curry wanted to ensure that boys and girls have an equal opportunity to learn about and get better at basketball, which is aligns with Curry Brand’s mission “Change the Game for Good.” He also talked to the young players about giving back to the community and making the world a better place. Curry’s minicamps have become an avenue for developing the next generation of basketball players.

 

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