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Tech Crunch
September 13, 2016

Stephen Curry on Social Media, Charity and Robotic Referees

Two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry closed out the second day of Disrupt San Francisco by discussing his recent forays into technology investments and charitable organizations, kicking things off by talking Slyce, the social media startup he co-founded with former Davidson teammate Bryant Barr.

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Tech Crunch
September 11, 2016

Mapsquito is a Game Built by Teenagers to Fight Malaria

Malaria is treatable and preventable. And yet, the World Health Organization reports that almost half the world’s population — 3.2 billion people — are still at risk of contracting the life-threatening disease. At the Disrupt SF Hackathon, a group of teenage girls is gamifying malaria prevention to help halt the spread of the disease. They’re Aruna Prasad, 16, Erin Smith, 16, Kathy Kong, 17, and Lillian Yuan, 17, and they’ve built Mapsquito, a game that educates players about malaria.

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Redbook
June 16, 2016

The Mosquito Problem Nobody's Talking About

As the world observes Day of the African Child on June 16, there's an easy step you can take to make a meaningful difference: Donate a net for just $10. It's easy to do through the United Nations Foundation's Nothing But Nets, a global, grassroots campaign inspired by sports columnist Rick Reilly. If you're looking for a last-minute Father's Day gift for a sport-obsessed husband or dad, this would be spot-on.

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USA Today
April 23, 2016

Warriors' Steph Curry Launches Call Your Shot Challenge to End Malaria

For the fourth consecutive year, Curry has been a champion for the United Nation Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign, a grassroots initiative aimed at protecting children in Africa from malaria. For each one of his three-pointers, Curry sends three insecticide-treated mosquito nets to sub-Saharan Africa, good for 3,663 nets over the past four seasons. 

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The Mercury News
April 14, 2016

How Stephen Curry’s 3-Point Shooting Scores for Kids in Africa

A few years ago, when Stephen Curry was merely a good player with bad ankles, a charity called Nothing But Nets struck a deal with the promising Warriors point guard.

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Associated Press News
April 11, 2016

Stephen Curry is Setting Standard On and Off the Court

For years, Stephen Curry watched his dad, Dell, do his part in the community. Curry was often among those children in Charlotte treated to special appearances from star athletes and still cherishes those sweet memories.

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Detroit Free Press
April 08, 2016

Detroit Pistons Host Special Night to Fight Malaria

The Detroit Pistons will help raise awareness and funds to fight malaria by hosting the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets night for their game against the Washington Wizards tonight at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

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Sports Illustrated
March 01, 2016

Editor's letter: The Return of Rick Reilly

Rick Reilly is back in these pages, and we are thrilled. It has been more than 400 issues since he wrote the Dec. 3, 2007, Life of Reilly, the back-page space that defined the writer and, to a large extent, SI for more than a decade. From 1996 through ’07, Reilly wrote all but a small handful of our back-page columns; in seven of those years he was named National Sportswriter of the Year.

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Rick Reilly
March 01, 2016

Joy Ride: On the Road with the Warriors

IT'S NOT GOING TO LAST, of course, this team, this moment, this selfie of pure unselfishness. It’s too perfect, the way these Golden State Warriors, whose crunch-time five is so small it would fit nicely in a Fiat 500, have become the biggest thing in the NBA, with a possible stop at Best Team Ever.

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Comcast SportsNet
February 28, 2016

Abby Wambach Joins the Nothing But Nets Champion Summit

Abby Wambach joined the Nothing But Nets Champion Summit 2016 to speak to young leaders working in advocacy to defeat malaria, where Comcast SportsNet joined to get the U.S. National Team star and World Cup champion's predictions for US performance in Rio 2016.

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