- Clark, Ian(12)
- Curry, Stephen(82)
- Durant, Kevin(29)
- Green, Draymond(56)
- Iguodala, Andre(31)
- Livingston, Shaun(26)
- McGee, JaVale(6)
- Pachulia, Zaza(10)
- Thompson, Klay(76)
- West, David(7)
- McAdoo, James Michael(13)
- Looney, Kevon(6)
- Jones, Damian(2)
- McCaw, Patrick(10)
- Adams, Ron(9)
- Brown, Mike(2)
- Kerr, Steve(23)
- Collins, Jarron(5)
- Fraser, Bruce(5)
- DeMarco, Chris(2)
Stephen Curry: 2013-14 Kia Community Assist Seasonlong Award Winner
May 28, 2014
Congratulations to Stephen Curry, who has been named the recipient of the 2013-14 Kia Community Assist Seasonlong Award winner in recognition of his numerous charitable contributions, fundraising and remarkable generosity in the Bay Area and across the globe!
The Kia Community Assist Seasonlong Award honors a player who best reflects the passion that the league and its players have for giving back to their communities, and is recognized for his outstanding efforts in the community and for his ongoing philanthropic and charitable work.
Curry was selected as the 2013-14 Kia Community Assist Seasonlong Award winner by a distinguished panel of NBA judges and fans. Fan voting took place from April 21 – May 5 on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
With this honor, Curry’s charity of choice, ThanksUSA, will receive $25,000 from the NBA and Kia. ThanksUSA is a 501(c)(3) public charity that is committed to providing college, technical and vocational school need-based scholarships for the children and spouses of active-duty US military personnel.
Since 2010, Curry has also served as the national spokesperson for ThanksUSA and hosts an annual golf tournament in San Francisco in support of the organization.
Curry was named an NBA All-Star for the first time in his career during the 2013-14 season, but the Warriors guard has been an All-Star off the court ever since he joined the franchise in 2009.
In January, Curry was named the KIA Community Assist Award winner for the month.
This year alone Curry assisted in the distribution of 38,000 bed nets in Tanzania with the Nothing But Nets campaign.
In addition, through his second annual “Three for Three Challenge,” Curry helping raise money for Nothing But Nets and fight malaria in Africa by donating 783 life-saving bed nets, three for every three-pointer he made during the 2013-14 season.
During the summer, Curry launched his inaugural Stephen Curry Overnight Camp in Pebble Beach, as part of the Warriors Basketball Camp program. 120 youth attended the four-day overnight camp and received special instructions from the All-Star.
A month later, Curry and teammate Klay Thompson, along with their fathers, former NBA players Dell Curry and Mychal Thompson, hosted the first-ever Splash Brothers Parent-Child Fantasy Basketball Clinic.
Curry hosted 14-year-old Anthony Guzman and his family from Haverhill, MA during Warriors Wish Week in December. Anthony, a Make-A-Wish Foundation youth with a life-threatening medical condition, had only one wish this holiday season, and that was to meet his hero, Stephen Curry.
Curry brought out all the stops for Anthony - inviting him to morning shootaround, surprising him with gifts, having him fitted at Men’s Warehouse, presenting Anthony with his own locker in the team locker room, having Anthony serve as that game’s honorary team captain, and much more.
This year Curry has also wished patients at Children’s Hospital a speedy recovery; helped dedicate a Reading & Learning Center in China; fed over 400 families in need with Feed The Children; hosted a Get Fit Hoops & Health Clinic during NBA FIT Live Healthy Week for over 250 youth; and participated in this year’s 2014 NBA Cares Day of Service in New Orleans, LA.