Netease Sports reported on October 20:
According to the "Washington Post" report, Golden State Warriors star Stephen-
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have developed new hobbies, including reading. Curry and the Golden State Warriors did not participate in the rematch of this season, which also gave him more time to read. Curry founded a book club. He also plans to write an autobiography one day.
Curry said: "I have read all the books I wrote about, and they are a bit surreal. Among them, the one I read the most is Marcus Thompson's "The Biography of Curry", which he describes is quite close to my career. It’s a strange feeling to read about your experience in other people’s pens. One day, I will write an autobiography, reviewing my own successes and failures on and off the court, all those crazy experiences."
Curry said that he hopes to recommend some underrated writers. After all, Curry has been underestimated since the high school era. Curry recommended two books, the first is "Another Wes Moore: One Name, Two Destinies", and the second is a book that tells the true story of the first all-black high school rowing team in the United States. , Called "One of the Most Beautiful Things." In the basketball field, Curry said that his favorite book is "The Sixth Man" written by his good friend and former teammate Iguodala.
In the 2019-20 season, Curry played only 5 games for the Warriors due to injury, averaging 20.8 points, 5.2 rebounds and 6.6 assists per game. As Curry and Klay Thompson both suffered serious injuries, the Warriors only achieved a 15-50 record this season and missed the playoffs.