America loves a good underdog story. Whether it be Joe Namath and the Jets, The Miracle on Ice, or small schools beating large universities in the annual March Madness tournament, it is part of the American Dream that anyone can beat the odds and become great. And while the Steph Curry who won MVP and set the regular season record for three pointers is certainly not an underdog, it is not the same story for the 3-star high school recruit that attended Davidson.
Even when he made it to the NBA, success was still not immediate, but with help from his "Splash Brother" Klay Thompson, Steph "Chef" Curry started gaining both wins and fans due to his exciting style of launching long shots. It was not easy but through a series of tough series Curry and Co. were able to beautifully finish off an exceptional season a win over Lebron and the Cavs in the Finals.