Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry has never been one to shy away from political topics. From localized issues, to calling out the president (and the company that endorses him,) to campaigning for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, Curry’s certainly comfortable making his voice heard.
And now he’s using it to address a very important and topical issue: voter registration. On Thursday, former Vice President and current presidential candidate Joe Biden released a PSA with Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Chris Paul, in which they visit some young hoopers at a gym in North Carolina. There, the two encourage the players to register to vote in Paul’s home state.
North Carolina is also Curry’s home state, and he and Paul are good friends, despite their on-court rivalry. So Paul FaceTimes Curry, who speaks to the people in attendance, and urges them to make sure they’re registered ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
It’s a very well done PSA.
.@CP3 and @StephenCurry30 know exactly what it means to finish strong down the stretch. We’re in the closing days of this campaign, and it’s time to finish this fight and cast our ballots.— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 9, 2020
Don’t miss your shot: Register to vote today at https://t.co/eoxT07d7QB. pic.twitter.com/Xek40JpcUc
This comes not long after Warriors coach Steve Kerr released a PSA helping inform Arizona residents about how to register to vote, and everything they needed to know about the voting process in the state.
The Warriors are doing their part to make sure that people get registered to vote. Make sure you do the same by registering.