ESPYS host Stephen Curry tops listing of NBA gamers with busy offseasons
He is persevering with the break from his day job with a aspect gig internet hosting this yr’s ESPYS.
“I’ve had the pleasure of attending The ESPYS however by no means imagined I would have the privilege of internet hosting this particular occasion,” Curry said in a statement. “As somebody who loves the intersection of sports activities and leisure, I look ahead to delivering an thrilling present for the followers whereas we have a good time the athletes who created the highest moments of the yr.”
Curry is the ninth athlete to host the award show.
However he is not the one NBA participant with attention-grabbing offseason actions. From star-studded nuptials to shock Drew League showings and extra, gamers across the affiliation have been fairly busy this summer season.
James returned to The Drew League, a pro-am summer season basketball league primarily based in Los Angeles, for the primary time in 11 years.
He posted a stat line of 42 factors, 16 rebounds and 4 steals within the MMV Cheaters’ 104-102 win.
— LeBron James (@KingJames) July 17, 2022
On June 24, “Rise,” an unique movie that paperwork his household’s journey, was launched on Disney+.
The premiere was additionally a household affair. Brothers Francis, Thanasis and Kostas have been alongside the six-time All-Star.
The participant from Southern California, a Drew League staple, scored 39 factors in his debut for the summer season pro-am league and later joined James on the MMV Cheaters.
— Drew League (@DrewLeague) July 3, 2022
In one of many extra area of interest actions, the 6-foot-11 middle constructed a life-size Lego statue of himself as Darth Vader from Star Wars. Turner went viral for his hobby in March.
100,000 Items I current to you…Darth Myles ? pic.twitter.com/9KloKgC6si
— Myles Turner (@Original_Turner) June 3, 2022
Love tied the knot with Canadian mannequin Kate Bock, and teammates current and previous have been in attendance.
Paul was again in New Orleans, the place he was drafted in 2005, to attend the Essence Competition. The NBA vet and HBCU advocate mentioned Season 3 of the ESPN+ sequence Why Not Us, which premieres Aug. 11 and can observe the Southern College Fabulous Dancing Dolls.