Former Davidson College All-American and NBA All Star Stephen Curry, center, shoots a three-point basket inside Davidson College new basketball practice facility on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, as Davidson College men's basketball team and head coach Bob McKillop, right, look on in Davidson, N.C. Curry, of the Golden State Warriors, made a surprise visit to his alma mater, bringing the Larry O'Brien NBA championship trophy along with him to show off. (Jeff Siner/The Charlotte Observer via AP) MAGS OUT; TV OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT
Former Davidson College All-American and NBA All Star Stephen Curry, center, shoots a three-point basket inside Davidson College new basketball practice facility on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, as Davidson College men's basketball team and head coach Bob McKillop, right, look on in Davidson, N.C. Curry, of the Golden State Warriors, made a surprise visit to his alma mater, bringing the Larry O'Brien NBA championship trophy along with him to show off. (Jeff Siner/The Charlotte Observer via AP) MAGS OUT; TV OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT Jeff Siner AP
Former Davidson College All-American and NBA All Star Stephen Curry, center, shoots a three-point basket inside Davidson College new basketball practice facility on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, as Davidson College men's basketball team and head coach Bob McKillop, right, look on in Davidson, N.C. Curry, of the Golden State Warriors, made a surprise visit to his alma mater, bringing the Larry O'Brien NBA championship trophy along with him to show off. (Jeff Siner/The Charlotte Observer via AP) MAGS OUT; TV OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT Jeff Siner AP

NBA MVP Stephen Curry comes home to alma mater Davidson

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