Stephen Curry takes the way to appreciate Suga before the Golden State Warriors‘ media day. As a result of Suga, a member of the K-Pop group BTS, receiving over a million likes on a photo of him holding up a personalized Warriors jersey, Curry decided to give the guy a shoutout.
Two of the most steadfast fan bases in the world are those of the Warriors and the K-pop group BTS. There have been speculations that Suga, whose actual name is Min Yoon-Gi, may attend the game as the Warriors get ready for their preseason games against the Washington Wizards later this week in Japan. The K-pop sensation is a well-known supporter of basketball and has previously been spotted at NBA games. In a 2021 interview, he said that Damian Lillard is his favorite player and that the Portland Trail Blazers are his favorite team. Stephen Curry’s response on social media makes it seem like the Grammy-nominated artist and current NBA Finals MVP may soon meet in person.
Stephen Curry and his golden era in basketball
Despite being kind of undersized, Stephen Curry is recognized as the most perfect shooter in NBA history. He is also incredibly quick and efficient. His propensity for consistently making 3-pointers from a distance of at least 30 feet helped to reshape the game. Curry became one of just 12 players in league history to win consecutive Most Valuable Player Awards, which he won in 2015 and 2016. Curry won the MVP award for the Finals in 2022 while leading Golden State to NBA titles in 2015, 2017, 2018, and 2022. He became the oldest scoring champion since 1997–1998 in 2021 after winning his second scoring title.
Stephen Curry won the NBA Finals MVP trophy for the first time in 2022 after the Golden State Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals. He won his fourth championship in the last eight years by averaging 31.2 points per game in this historic series. Over the span of more than a decade, he has continually demonstrated amazing commitment, accepted whatever responsibility necessary to achieve huge team and individual successes, and he is still going strong. Before the NBA Finals, Curry’s induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame was probably already a lock, and the triumph just helped to confirm it. For the historic NBA team’s 75th anniversary in 2022, he was also selected.
Suga and Curry collab soon?
As Suga from BTS has already captured Stephen Curry’s interest, Dub Nation now counts a new K-Pop megastar among its followers. One of the most well-known musicians worldwide uploaded a picture to his almost 39 million Instagram followers on Monday that appeared to indicate his support for the Bay Area team and featured a personalized “SUGA” Warriors jersey. The Warriors’ star player saw Suga’s tweet right away and commented, “Love the jersey SUGA!! See you soon” which might be related to him being there in the audience for the Warriors’ match in Japan. Perhaps Suga can follow the example set by Bam Bam of Got7, who helped Wiggins recruit for the team last year.
It is clear that the Warriors and some of K-most pop’s brilliant performers admire one another. The Warriors will probably have to promote for a number of NBA All-Star candidates before the long run of their playoff drive begins. Fans of Stephen Curry and Suga need not worry as the former MVP could be meeting the BTS superstar for the first time during this event. Prior to the exhibition matches, it appears that both cultural icons are en route to Japan. Suga’s journey to Japan was a top trend on Twitter earlier on Tuesday, which fueled speculations that he could attend the game.