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Steph Curry buys $31M Atherton house as Warriors move to San Francisco

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Steph Curry buys $31M Atherton house as Warriors move to San Francisco

Steph Curry is using his five-year, $200 million contract -- and he's using it well -- to lay some new roots in Atherton.

It's a relatively small town, but the Warriors star will be surrounded by some big money in his new house.

Variety reported Friday that the Curry family purchased a three-level, $31 million estate in a place that's been described as the most affluent zip code in the Bay Area, but there aren't many photos to view. There are 3D renderings that give an overall view and feel of the exterior, however.

The 1.2-acre lot is located at the end of a little-known cul-de-sac in a gated area. Privacy certainly was a factor, too, as you can barely see the property from the road and it's covered in greenery.

Prominent Atherton developer Joe Comartin built the property in 2019 upon speculation, Variety reported, and it evidently fit the Currys, who sold their home in the East Bay community of Alamo earlier this year. The Warriors are moving to Chase Center in San Francisco this season, so these Atherton digs will put the Currys closer to the new office.

CHECK OUT 3D RENDERINGS OF STEPH'S NEW HOUSE
(all photos via Studio Green)

Steph, Ayesha Curry team with PGA REACH to host first golf tournament

Steph, Ayesha Curry team with PGA REACH to host first golf tournament

The game of golf has a huge impact on Steph Curry's life. So much so that he wants to use the sport to pay it forward.

The Warriors star and his wife, Ayesha, recently announced the first Stephen Curry Charity Classic, presented by Workday. This will benefit the Curry's "Eat. Learn. Play." Foundation and PGA REACH. 

On Monday, Sept. 16, Curry will be joined by 50 teams of friends to participate in a team-based golf competition at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco with the goal to raise $1.3 million to benefit, and equally split, toward both foundations. 

The couple launched "Eat. Learn. Play." earlier this year "with an aim to create equal opportunities and bright futures for every child," Steph detailed on the CrowdRise campaign page.

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“We launched 'Eat. Learn. Play.' earlier this year with an aim to become one of the country’s most innovative and impactful charities through our commitment to create equal opportunities and bright futures for every child,” the Currys said together in a press release. “We believe talent is everywhere, but opportunity is not. Eat. Learn. Play. is committed to unlocking the amazing potential of every child by fighting to end childhood hunger, ensuring universal access to quality education, and enabling healthy, active lifestyles.”

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Steph became involved with PGA REACH last year when they asked him to become an official ambassador for the foundation's young pillar program, PGA Jr. League. The PGA Jr. League brings boys and girls together for team golf experiences with expert coaching from PGA and LPGA Professionals. 

The Steph Curry Charity Classic will begin with a skills challenge, followed by an 18-hole scramble. Teams with the highest point totals in each division will play with Curry and other special guests in a one-hole shootout to determine the overall winner. 

Why Steph Curry was still proud after Warriors lost NBA Finals to Raptors

Why Steph Curry was still proud after Warriors lost NBA Finals to Raptors

"I understand that sometimes you win, sometimes you lose."

Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals was just that, the final one. The Warriors fell to the Toronto Raptors. 114-110.

This also was the series that marked the last time the Dubs would play a game at Oracle Arena in Oakland.

"There's a lot of things that you kind of think about," Steph Curry said in the preview of his Facebook Watch documentary 'Stephen vs The Finals.' "I wish I would have made that shot."

But Curry respects the game. He knows there's no cheating the game. He and the Warriors gave it their best shot. 

"It took a lot to beat us, let's put it that way," Curry said smiling.

The episode then shows Curry walking differently as he arrived home after his season was over. He looked uncomfortable. 

His wife, Ayesha, had her hands on his legs as they sat around their house. That's when he realized the impact of the season had taken on more than just his emotions, his body felt it too.

"When my leg reacted, it was kind of a sign it was over, so it was time for the summer," Curry said.

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The sixth and final episode of "Stephen vs the Game" will detail a never-before-seen clip from the finale, and you can see Steph's physical reaction and hear how he came to terms with the Warriors' loss to the Raptors.

It drops on Monday, July 29, at 5 p.m. PT on Facebook Watch.