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Huffington Post
April 24, 2015

How to Help Your Child Change the World

Giving to others is a habit - a part of an ongoing pattern of behavior that begins early in life. Studies show that when parents talk to their children about giving, it increases the likelihood that the child will give. And when kids see their parents involved with a cause, they are more likely to volunteer in their lifetime.

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ESPN
April 23, 2015

Stephen Curry: The Full Circle

Curry is standing at the forefront of a new era of playmaker. For the first time since Magic Johnson took an evolutionary leap for the position, we're witnessing the ultimate embodiment of the point guard. Not a shooter like Steve Nash, a passer like John Stockton, a defender like Gary Payton or a floor general like Isiah Thomas. Someone with the ability to do it all, excelling in each category while elevating everyone around him and then topping it the very next night: basketball's new 6-foot-3, 190-pound unstoppable force. "He's lethal," says Curry's coach, Steve Kerr. "He's mesmerizing," says his teammate Klay Thompson. He's the "best shooter I've ever seen," says his president, Barack Obama. 

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Real Good Sports
March 09, 2015

Stephen Curry And The Warrior’s Host Nothing But Nets Day

Led by Warrior’s guard Stephen Curry, the Golden State Warriors hosted Nothing But Nets Day on Sunday at Oracle Arena to combat malaria in Africa. The Warriors, who defeated the LA Clippers 106-98, will donate a bednet to the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign for every special event ticket that was purchased.

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Voice of America
February 27, 2015

Nothing But Nets, Stephen Curry!

Golden State Warriors basketball star Stephen Curry met this week with President Obama at the White House here in Washington, where they discussed the Nothing But Nets anti-malaria campaign.

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U.S. News & World Report
February 25, 2015

Global Anti-Malaria Fight to Continue

The world is winning the war against malaria, but public health leaders say they won't stop battling until the disease has been eradicated. On Wednesday, many came together in Washington to celebrate their successes against the mosquito-borne disease and to continue the push to fight it.

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San Francisco Chronicle
February 25, 2015

Curry’s Good Deeds Earn Him Visit with President Obama

Stephen Curry was invited to the White House and was shuttled all around the 18-acre complex for reasons more far-reaching than basketball.

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Bay Area News Group
February 25, 2015

Warriors' Stephen Curry Meets President Obama

Stephen Curry met President Barack Obama in the Oval Office on Wednesday for a private conversation. Curry brought up how the commander in chief once said the Warriors guard was the best shooter he had ever seen.

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ESPN
February 25, 2015

Stephen Curry Returns with 32 Points as Warriors Dump Wiz

Considering the workout he gave it Tuesday night, Stephen Curry's right foot appears to be just fine. Curry returned from a one-game absence to lead all scorers with 32, Klay Thompson added 17 more, and the Golden State Warriors defeated the Washington Wizards 114-107.

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USA Today
February 25, 2015

Steph Curry Chilled at the White House with President Obama's Dogs

On Wednesday, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry visited the White House to discuss malaria prevention with President Barack Obama. Curry has been an advocate of the issue for years, and even works with a non-profitNothing But Nets, to help stop the spread of the disease.

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The Washington Post
February 25, 2015

Everybody Loves Steph Curry, Especially President Obama’s Dog Bo

Stephen Curry used the occasion of the Golden State Warriors’ trip to Washington for a game against the Wizards to stop by 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to bring attention to a matter close to his heart.

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