Steph Curry is one of the few players we know that has a confidence bordering on constructive arrogance that most of the mainstream accepts without reservations. Let's face it, the young man has the Midas Touch right now, and it's hard to hate on the fact that he seems to do all the right things both on and off the court.
As part of being named the NBA's MVP for the second year in a row, the Golden State Warrior phenom received a brand new Kia Sorrento SUV that he promptly donated it to Covenant House, an Oakland based nonprofit dedicated to helping homeless youth.
The agency offers shelter and other services to young homeless people between the ages of 18 and 24.
"The warriors have done a great job of reaching out to Covenant House all year long. This is kind of like the cherry on top of what basketball can bring to the community," Curry said in discussing the donation.
The nonprofit's CEO said that the current fleet of vans that are used to bring the young people to and from medical appointments, job interviews and other services, are marked "Covenant House" and sometimes that can make the young people feel stigmatized.
Now they can roll around in style. Chalk up another great assist for Steph Curry.