Stephen Curry has won two gold medals and one silver medal as a member of three USA Basketball national teams since 2007.
Prior to the 2007 FIBA U19 World Cup, Stephen Curry and his USA teammates won the 2007 Global Games title in Texas. Over the USA’s four wins, Curry averaged 9.3 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game.
Stephen Curry first played for USA Basketball at the 2007 FIBA U19 World Cup. He averaged 9.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 2.4 steals per game to help the USA to an 8-1 record and silver medal in Serbia.
Against France in the semifinals of the 2007 FIBA U19 World Cup, Stephen Curry sank a jumper with just under 90 seconds to play to give the USA a 78-75 winning margin and a berth into the gold medal game.
While in Serbia for the 2007 FIBA U17 World Cup, the USA team and Stephen Curry (right) toured Novi Sad.
In the USA men’s U19 single-competition record book, Stephen Curry is tied for second for steals (22 in 2007) and tied for third in steals averaged (2.4 in 2007).
Stephen Curry (No. 49) was named as a member of the USA Basketball National Team for the first time on May 4, 2010.
At the 2010 USA Basketball Showcase in Las Vegas, Stephen Curry helped the USA White Team to a 114-96 win with 14 points and six rebounds in 21 minutes.
Prior to the FIBA World Cup, the USA squad, including Stephen Curry (No. 18), took part in the 2010 World Basketball Festival that was held at the historic Radio City Music Hall in New York.
Averaging 5.0 points and 1.3 steals per game, Stephen Curry helped the USA to a 4-0 exhibition record prior to the 2010 FIBA World Cup.
Stephen Curry (left) helped the USA to a 9-0 record and gold medal at the 2010 FIBA World Cup in Istanbul, Turkey. The USA’s gold was the first in World Cup play since 1994. He is pictured here with Tyson Chandler (center) and Rudy Gay (right).
At the 2010 FIBA World Cup, Stephen Curry played in eight games and averaged 4.6 points and 2.1 assists per game to help the USA to a 9-0 record and gold medal.
Stephen Curry recorded nine points and three assists for the USA Blue Team in the abbreviated 2014 USA Basketball Showcase in Las Vegas.
Prior to the 2014 FIBA World Cup, Stephen Curry (second from left) and the USA compiled a 4-0 exhibition record. He started in all four wins and averaged 11.8 points and 2.3 assists per game. He is pictured here with Klay Thompson (left), James Harden (center) and Kyrie Irving (right).
Stephen Curry captured his second FIBA World Cup gold medal with a 9-0 record at the 2014 competition in Spain. He started in all nine games and averaged 10.7 points, 2.8 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.2 steals in 20.6 minutes per game.
In the USA men’s World Cup record book, Stephen Curry (No. 4) holds the single-competition record for free throw percentage (1.000, 17-17 FTs in 2014) and is seventh for 3-pointers made and attempted (21-48 3pt FGs in 2014).
Playing in the 2010 and 2014 FIBA World Cups, Stephen Curry owns the USA men’s World Cup career record for free throw percentage (1.000, 19-19 FTs), is third for career assists (43, 2.5 apg.) and is tied for fourth for career games played (17).
Stephen Curry (right) was a member of the 2015 USA Basketball National Team and took part in the minicamp that was held Aug. 11-13, 2015 in Las Vegas. He is pictured here with LeBron James.
Though he did not go on to play for USA Basketball at the 2016 Olympics, Stephen Curry (right) was named as a finalist for the roster on Jan. 18, 2016. He withdrew from consideration citing injuries, but he attended a 2016 USA exhibition game. He is pictured here after that contest with Kevin Durant.
Stephen Curry was named on Feb. 10, 2020, as a finalist for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Men’s Basketball Team. With the Tokyo Olympic postponed to 2021, Curry is in contention to represent the USA next summer in Japan.
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