He and his wife, Ayesha, have two daughters, Riley and Ryan, and a son, Canon... Parents are Dell and Sonya Curry... Has two siblings, younger brother Seth and younger sister Sydel... Father, Dell, was a star at Virginia Tech and went on to play 16 seasons in the NBA for five different teams, including a 10-year stint with the Charlotte Hornets... Dell is currently a broadcaster for the Charlotte Hornets... Mother, Sonya, was a standout on the volleyball team at Virginia Tech... Seth, played much of his rookie season in 2013-14 with the Santa Cruz Warriors and is currently a member of the Portland Trail Blazers... Sydel, played volleyball at Elon University (2015-17)... Had his #20 retired by his high school, Charlotte Christian School, and the student section at Davidson College named “Section 30” in his honor in dual ceremonies when the Warriors traveled to Charlotte in January 2017... Together with Andre Iguodala, led the inaugural Players Technology Summit, presented by Bloomberg, in August 2017 in San Francisco, which brought together top leaders in the technology, venture capital and sports communities to exchange ideas and share expertise... In the summer of 2016, spoke at TechCrunch Disrupt and participated in the NBPA’s first-ever Technology Summit in San Francisco... In the summer of 2017, traveled with Under Armour to Beijing, Chengdu and Hangzhou in China and Seoul, South Korea, marking his third-straight summer trip to Asia... In the summer of 2016, traveled to Shenyang, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Taipei as part of a four-city, five-day Under Armour Basketball Tour of Asia... An avid golfer, competed in the Web.com Tour’s Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae on an unrestricted sponsor exemption in August 2017, shooting a 74 on both days... Has played in the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament in South Lake Tahoe multiple times, including a fourth-place finish in 2013, which was the best finish among all active professional athletes... Is the producer of a miniature golf show, Holey Moley... Was the executive producer of “Emanuel,” a documentary of the 2015 shooting of nine black worshippers at a Charleston, S.C. church.