Steph Curry gives boy his shoes after Warriors-Magic game

- On Thursday night the Golden State Warriors defeated the Orlando Magic 130-114 at the Amway Center.  

Currently the Warriors are on pace to finish with the greatest regular season record in NBA history. After their win in Orlando the Warriors improved to 52-5.  Their best player and reigning NBA MVP Steph Curry set the all time record for most games with a three pointer Thursday night by making a three in his 128th consecutive game.  

Curry also did much more than that, which isn't just in reference to his 51 points from Thursday's performance, but rather it's what he did after the game that truly stands out.  

Upon leaving the floor Curry had signed his game worn sneakers and made sure they reached a Warriors fan in the front row who was celebrating his birthday. 




Stephen Curry gave his autographed, game-worn shoes to a young fan for his birthday.

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According to the conversation the boy had saved up $400 to attend the game, but he will no doubt leave with memories far more valuable than that. 


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