Friday, June 12, 2015

The NBA’s new MVP Stephen Curry is an all-star on the court. He averaged 23 points per game last season, and drained more three pointers than anyone else in the NBA. Largely due to Curry’s talents, the Golden State Warriors are currently in the NBA finals.

But what makes this basketball player even more special? His outspoken love for God.


Curry has been vocal about his Christian faith. When you give your life to Him, there are no limits on what you can achieve.

The NBA all star has a tattoo on his wrist in Hebrew that translates to “love never fails.” It is an excerpt from 1 Corinthians 13:8.

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The Blaze reported:

Amid the excitement of the NBA Finals, a Jewish news service posted a story examining the Hebrew tattoo Golden State Warriors MVP Stephen Curry sports on his right wrist. JTA had some questions, like: Why Hebrew? [T]he sharp-shooting guard is most definitely not Jewish, and the New Testament was written in Greek – so why is the star guard’s ink in Hebrew? One clue lies in Curry’s mom Sonya, who co-founded a Christian Montessori school with her husband (former NBA player Dell Curry). According to the Jerusalem Post, she has been studying Hebrew for four years.

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