The NBA regular season is winding down as Steph Curry takes an off day to enjoy a round of golf with Prof. Varun Soni, Dean of Religious Life at USC. The two engage in a wide-ranging and spirited discussion about Steph’s unique take on faith. Steph recounts his early struggles in the league and how his faith helps him overcome injury and doubt — which is a good thing for Steph and the Warriors because the playoffs are coming.
Steph and the Curry Clan gather in his hometown of Charlotte to celebrate All-Star Weekend. Along the way, Steph makes time to give back to the community, relive old times at his alma mater Davidson College, and face-off against his brother Seth in the All-Star Three-Point Contest.
The holidays approach as the Warriors grind through the middle of the 2018-19 NBA season. Steph and his wife Ayesha struggle to balance parenting their three young children amid their demanding careers. And a Christmas game between Steph’s Warriors and brother Seth Curry’s Portland Trail Blazers turns the holiday spirit into something much more competitive.
Steph Curry and the Warriors must overcome injuries and infighting early in the 2018-19 NBA season if they’re going to live up to their potential. Fortunately for Steph, injuries are nothing new and team chemistry is something he learned at an early age.
In the series’ premiere of Stephen vs The Game, @StephenCurry with the help of his parents and wife Ayesha reflect on his childhood spent with a basketball in-hand. All which has led him and the Warriors to bring a third Championship home to Oakland to cap the 2017-2018 season. Now with some downtime we follow Stephen off the court before preparing to lead the Warriors to another championship. Watch on Facebook
Sister Madonna Buder goes by another name – The Iron Nun. As a Catholic Nun and Ironman triathlete, she’s spent her life inspiring others. On the eve of her 88th birthday, prepping for possibly her final race, she reflects on the legacy of her life.
Alexey Molchanov is the best Freediver alive. At Vertical Blue, one of diving’s premier competitions, he wants to dominate like never before. But for Alexey, diving isn’t a sport; it’s a means of reconnecting with a mother he lost to the ocean.
The border between Mexico and the US has never been more controversial. So when the Tornillo Coyotes, a small Texas High School team, and the Juarez Titanes, a volunteer team from Mexico’s crime capital, play one another, it’s more than just a game.
In villages around Alaska, young Natives share the same dream as kids from LA to New York – to be an NBA baller. The first step on that path is NABI, the Native American Basketball Invitational, where Team Alaska play other Native teams from America.
In 2018, Iceland became the smallest nation to ever qualify for a World Cup. Everyone in the country will be watching their team play. All except one. Because for young Ingo, watching Iceland at the World Cup reminds him of what could have been.