The superstar of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry, has been dabbling in the art of the vlog in the recent times, as the season NBA 2019-20 remains suspended due to the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19).
It turns out that the skills of Curry in the camera (or the lack of them) were exposed for the first time by comedian and huge fan of the NBA Kevin Hart.
In a tweet on Thursday, the two-time MVP of the NBA with the Warriors shared that Hart gave him tips on how to become a good vlogger during an event of J. P. Morgan and Chase before the quarantine period ordered by the government.
Hart showed Steph how to talk with their “Curry Cronies”, to the delight of the children who participated in the event. Look at the fun video below of the star of the Warriors.
Before you begin to distance ourselves socially, @ KevinHart4real dropped something of wisdom and taught me to vloguear in an event @jpmorgan @Chase where we open about our ups and downs with money in the hope of inspiring children. So without further ado, I present my first vlog ? https://t.co/rfw3PYUUtb
– Stephen Curry (@ StephenCurry30) April 2, 2020
Meanwhile, Kevin Hart knows a thing or two about the importance of having a good presence on social networks. In addition to being one of the biggest comedians and movie stars in the world, Hart has accumulated a large amount of social media followers on multiple platforms online.
Stephen Curry, on the other hand, remains one of the most popular figures and influential in all the main sports. Despite only adapt in just five games for the Warriors before the suspension, Curry is still loved by fans around the world.
He averaged 20.8 points, 5.2 rebounds and 6.6 assists for the Warriors before falling out due to a wrist injury.
The three-time NBA champion with the Warriors has been fairly active during the pandemic, helping disadvantaged children along with his wife Ayesha. The couple has given generous donations through your Eat. Learn. Play Foundation.
Meanwhile, the NBA seems to be off the air for quite some time and fans would love to see more vlogs of Curry and his family, reminding everyone about the Warriors and the human face of the team.
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