Sport by Press Association September 17, 2018, 8:03 am FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Sport newsletter Steph Curry has made himself into a global sports star and now he is intent on helping future generations use basketball to do the same. The Golden State Warriors point guard, a two-time MVP in the NBA, has been on an Under Armour world tour and London was his latest stop over the weekend. Basketball is hugely popular in the United Kingdom and is second only to football for participation numbers of a team sport, though it receives very little funding. Its future growth in this country appears reliant on the NBA, with the likes of Curry promoting the game and the continuation of a regular-season match being played in London. “Basketball is kind of low on the radar here, but we want to try and continue to raise the patter game and the next generation of kids that are getting into the game earlier,” Curry said. “What they see in the NBA and with myself and maybe being able to carve a story out for themselves in the game of basketball – that is why I am here. “I was meeting the club… Read full this story
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