Just when sports fans thought Stephen Curry’s status as one of the greatest basketball players ever was cemented, he went on to achieve even greater things during the 2021-2022 NBA season. Already considered the greatest shooter ever, the star guard broke Ray Allen’s record for all-time 3-pointers during a special night at Madison Square Garden. In May, he officially graduated from his alma mater, Davidson College, nearly 13 years after he declared for the NBA Draft in 2009. Two months later, Curry and the Golden State Warriors won their fourth NBA championship in eight years. During the NBA Finals, Curry averaged 31 points per game, five assists and six rebounds, giving him his first Finals MVP ever. The questions on whether Steph could be the best player in the Finals were officially answered. Off of the court, Curry signed a lifetime contract with Under Armour worth nearly $1 billion and was also named one of the 10 richest athletes on the planet. Life’s good for Chef Curry.