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  • Wednesday, June 13, 2018

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    There are few teams that accomplish what the Golden State Warriors have done, for the fourth year in a row, they have competed for the NBA championship, winning 3 out 4 of them.  Much of the Warriors success is attributed to their point guard Steph Curry, who was has been named the NBA's Most Valuable Player twice, but more important to Steph than MVP awards or championships is the platform that God has given him to share his faith.

    Just after winning the championship this year, Steph shared in a postgame interview on ABC that he was grateful for the platform that God had given him saying, "God is great to put me on this stage and no matter what happens, win or lose, I am going to have fun and play my game."  Steph shared that he plays the game not to "score 30 points a night, but to use the stage I am on to share my testimony."

    Steph shared in an interview with Fellowship of Christian Athletes that he loves to point people toward "the man who died for our sins on the cross. I know I have a place in Heaven waiting for me because of Him, and that's something no earthly prize or trophy could ever top."