I wish the media and espn would talk more about these kind of acts, but they would rather show people getting arrested and stuff. Like how many of you seen A.I's scholarship video even mentioned on espn? Also this should be shown rather then NBA cares when its mandatory community service by David Stern
"After the game, Holly took in the scene:
At the conclusion of the Warriors/Hornets game, a crowd of kids gathers to try and get an autograph from Morrow. Morrow finishes with media and throws his jersey into the throng of kids, only to have them lunge at it and break the security barricade fighting for it. A younger fan desperately clutches the jersey while another fan struggles to rip it away from him.
While this scene is unfolding, I am interviewing Steph Curry and the two of us stop to watch what's going on. We are both a little unsure of what to do to comfort the boy who is about to cry. Curry then stops the interview, goes over and gives the boy who lost out on the jersey his game-worn shoe."
very cool guy
what type of idiot would want to take a summer league jersey? despite the performance Morrow put up, I wouldnt buy that jersey one eBay for 5 dollars...
Anyway, Steph Curry is definetly a class act, real cool guy
That kid probably looks up to him now. That was real nice man.
steph currys shoe > morrows summer league jersey
What would you rather have a jersey or a shoe?
I would rather have a jersey no doubt
its not even an authentic its a summer league jersey it looks like a practice jersey
the thing is i bet it was a grwon man who wrestled the shirt away from the little kid. these type of things suck becuz ive sen it happen before. to that kid getting steph shoe was probably really special to him. to kids getting things are fun whether they know that theyre getting or not.
jersey>one dam shoe