‘Steph Curry: Underrated’ Documentary Sets Theatrical And Apple TV+ Date

The story of one of the most influential players in NBA histroy will be released in theaters and via Apple TV+ this summer. Stephen Curry: Underrated blends intimate cinéma vérité, archival footage, and on-camera interviews documenting Curry’s rise from a small town Division I college to a four-time NBA champion. In the process, he became the NBA’s all-time leader in 3-point shots, revolutionizing the sport’s strategy.

Apple Original Films and A24 announced the release date today. The film was directed and produced by Emmy Award-winner Peter Nicks will be released in select theaters and premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, July 21. Prior to being an NBA phenom, Curry was only a scrawny kid. His dream was to be an NBA player just like his father, legendary shooter Dell Curry. However, his size and appearance didn’t impress many. The 34-year-old received no college offers. His only bet was with Davidson College. It was here that he truly became Stephen Curry. The legend of a shooting wizard began as he led the program to two NCAA tournament appearances. From there it was only takeoff.

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