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Publisher's Summary

Learn the incredible story of basketball superstar Stephen Curry!

In Stephen Curry: The Inspiring Story of One of Basketball's Sharpest Shooters, you'll hear about the inspirational story of one of basketball's premier point guards, Stephen Curry. Curry has had an electrifying five-year career playing in the National Basketball Association. In this short audiobook, we will learn about how Steph became the star point guard that he is today. Starting first with his childhood and early life, we'll learn about Steph Curry prior to entering the NBA, his time in the NBA, along with his impact on the communities of Davidson College and Golden State. Steph Curry has transformed the Golden State Warriors franchise, spearheading the Warriors in the 2013-2014 NBA season to their second consecutive playoff berth. It will be exciting to see how Steph and the Warriors do in this year's NBA playoffs.

Here is a preview of what is inside this book:

  • Early Life and Childhood
  • High School Years of Steph Curry
  • Steph's Davidson College Years
  • 2009 NBA Draft
  • Curry's NBA Career
  • Steph's Selection to the 2014 All-Star Game
  • Steph Curry's Personal Life
  • Impact on Basketball and Beyond
  • Steph Curry's Legacy
©2014 Clayton Geoffreys (P)2014 Clayton Geoffreys

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Statistics.

i felt like i was listening to nothing but his basketball statistics, struggled to finish.

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Boring and repetitive

I was expecting more about Sphenoid Curry early life instead the autor is very repetitive with numbers and and porcentajes.

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Terrible - like reading his wiki

What disappointed you about Stephen Curry?

There was no real insight into who he was or how he got to where he is. It is a mind-numbing regurgitation of stats and game outcomes. Totally devoid of true storytelling.

What was most disappointing about Clayton Geoffreys’s story?

The entire read. To be fair, I quit listening about 25% into it - I couldn't take it any longer.

Would you be willing to try another one of David L. Stanley’s performances?

Nope.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Stephen Curry?

I would remove the narrator's reading of every statistic.

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  • Kukkonen
  • 12-26-17

Phonebook is interesting reading compared to this.

What disappointed you about Stephen Curry?

Clayton Geoffreys should not write anything. It's numbing statistics only:
"...February 3rd 2007 he scored 29 points, including 7/13 behind the 3-point line to help them win their 20th game. Streak continues with Curry hitting 24 points, 7 out of 12 from the field and 6/6 from the foul line to help lead the Wildcats 87-57 win over Stanford on February 6th 2007. That was followed by another 22 points on 75-63 win out of Charleston on February 12th 2007..."
Only the exact minutes of everything is missing.

Has Stephen Curry put you off other books in this genre?

Yes, Roland Lazenby is almost as bad as this, and they all are really long books.

What didn’t you like about David L. Stanley’s performance?

It's like listening three hour news - or weather forecast.

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

It was cheap, but not cheap enough.

Any additional comments?

I keep this as a reminder: "Do not buy anything without reading reviews first."