Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry set up an All-Star Game on Tuesday with the help of the NBA Player's Association to raise $21,355 for Nia Wilson's family. Wilson was the 18-year-old who was brutally attacked and murdered by a white man at a BART station in Oakland.
I'm happy to be able to livestream the All Star Game from the SC30 Select Camp, coached by myself and Seth Curry, in honor of Nia Wilson. All donations will benefit Nia's family via the National...
Her story resonated across the country because of how her and her sister were targeted by this hateful man.
In a video post posted on his Facebook, Steph Curry and his brother Seth were on the sidelines coaching for this charity game.
It is a great gesture by the Warriors guard to pay tribute to Wilson's family and provide any level of support during this really tough time.