‘Stephen Curry: Underrated’ Trailer Charts The Journey Of The NBA’s Deadliest Shooter

Since he was drafted by the Golden State Warriors in 2009, Stephen “Steph” Curry has been one of the greatest players in the NBA. As an undersized guard drawing comparisons to Allen Iverson, Curry has helped revolutionize the sport as arguably the deadliest three-point shooter in history, earning multiple NBA championships and a league MVP. And now his story is being told in the upcoming Apple and A24 documentary, Stephen Curry: Underrated.

As seen in the new trailer, the doc follows Curry’s journey as the son of NBA royalty Dell Curry, another deadly long-range threat, to his time as one of the best and most recognizable players in the sports. They don’t have Curry out there hawking Subway sandwiches for nothin’!

Here’s the synopsis: “Stephen Curry: Underrated” is the remarkable coming-of-age story of one of the most influential, dynamic and unexpected players in the history of basketball. This feature documentary — blending intimate cinéma vérité, archival footage and on camera interviews — documents Curry’s rise from an undersized college player at a small town Division I college to a four-time NBA champion, building one of the most dominant sports dynasties in the world.

The film is directed by Peter Nicks (The Force) with Ryan Coogler aboard as a producer.

Stephen Curry: Underrated hits Apple TV+ on July 21st.


Travis Hopson
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