Apple TV+ Releases Trailer for ‘Stephen Curry: Underrated’ Documentary

Apple TV+ Releases Trailer for ‘Stephen Curry: Underrated’ Documentary

The trailer for the documentary featuring Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry was released this week in anticipation of the debut of the film on Friday, July 21, 2023.

Apple Original Films feature will release “Stephen Curry: Underrated,” later next month. The documentary was directed and produced by Emmy Award winner Peter Nicks and can be seen in select theaters and globally on Apple TV+ when it comes out on Friday, July 21.

The story is of the underdog becoming the top dog. As an undersized basketball player, the expectations for Curry becoming the force he has been was not one that was predicted by basketball scouts and critics. This documentary will show that the underdog can and does win, as a matter of fact, four times if you’re talking about NBA championships.

“How did I get here?” Curry asks in the trailer. “I was the undersized scrawny kid that was just trying to figure out how to make it. I was overwhelmed by everything. How would I respond?”

The documentary was put together by Nicks, Academy Award nominee Ryan Coogler, Erick Peyton, Sean Havey, Ben Cotner, and Marissa Torres Ericson. The executive producers of Stephen Curry: Underrated,” are Emily Osborne, Sev Ohanian, and Zinzi Coogler.

Last year, the four-time NBA champion returned to the academic facility where he played his collegiate basketball, Davidson College, a small Division 1 school to obtain the degree that eluded him. He left college early to pursue the career that his father, Dell Curry was successful in went he was drafted into the NBA. Curry was drafted number seven overall by the Golden State Warriors and has been with the team his whole NBA career.

Earlier in the year after Curry earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Davidson, he was unable to attend the graduation because he was busy winning his fourth NBA title. So, in August, the school welcomed him back to get his degree and to retire the jersey number (30) he wore while playing at Davidson. When they did so, Curry became the first athlete in Davidson’s history to receive this honor.

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