Steph Curry is one of the best scorers in NBA history. He currently holds the record for the most three-pointers made in a single game, and his total continues to rise. However, Steph has recently done something really amazing for his young fan who was kind of crushed before.
Steph Curry has redeemed himself in the eyes of 10-year-old Warriors fan PJ O’Byrne, who was disappointed when the three-time Finals MVP did not play in a recent game she witnessed, by providing her with free courtside tickets to see him play basketball.
For her birthday in December, PJ got tickets to see Golden State play the Denver Nuggets, but the game was canceled due to a COVID-19 outbreak. It was rescheduled for Monday in Denver, but Steph did not accompany the team and thus missed the game, leaving one of his biggest fans, PJ, visibly upset. O’Bryne, who was holding a “Go Warriors! MVP Steph Curry” sign in the excitement of seeing her favorite player burst into tears when she learned that #30 would not be playing.
Steph and the Warriors organization made things right by giving the girl and her family tickets to Thursday’s game against the Nuggets, allowing Steph to apologize in person. Curry found his way over to O’Bryne and her family before tipoff and briefly chatted with PJ, who was crying tears of joy. The Nuggets also gave her MVP jerseys.
PJ was also treated to a spectacular performance. Steph not only scored 34 points, but he also exceeded 20,000 total career points as he prompted the Warriors to an exhilarating comeback win over the Nuggets, 113-102.
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