Steph Curry Launches New Music Career With Chase Center Performance Alongside Paramore

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What can’t Steph Curry do?

The Golden State Warriors superstar is four-time NBA champion, two-time league MVP, nine-time NBA All-Star and has made more 3-pointers than any player in league history.

But it doesn’t stop there.

Curry is also an unbelievable golfer (by normal standards).

He recently won the American Century Championship, an annual celebrity golf tournament, by sinking a jaw-dropping, walk-off eagle putt.

“I don’t do this for a living, so it’s something you dream about,” Curry said after the round. “I’ve been playing in this tournament for almost a decade and now I’ve got some hardware to show for it. It’s pretty special.

“…I was hitting the ball pretty solid, so felt I would have a chance (to win). “On the putt, I was surprisingly calm. The last five feet felt like slow motion.”

Oh, and if that weren’t enough, he also made a hole-in-one earlier in the tournament.

Surely, he can’t be good at anything else, right?

Well, yes and no.

Curry is enjoying his offseason to the fullest extent. And on Monday, that meant attending a concert by pop-punk band Paramore at the Warriors’ Chase Center.

For those not familiar, the Nashville-based band was Grammy nominee in 2008 for “Best New Artist” and has since gone platinum several times.

During the show, Curry joined lead singer Hayley Williams on stage to sing the bridge to one of the songs biggest hits, “Misery Business.”

Williams counted down before Curry took the lead and launched into singing as the crowd around the arena joined in.

Idk if anyone is beating the Warriors this year because Steph is having too much fun,” one Twitter said.

I desperately need to know the other athletes who know all the words to misery business,” said another.

Then the jokes started pouring in.

The 2022-23 NBA season didn’t end how Curry would’ve hoped. But that clearly hasn’t stopped him from living his best life in the offseason.