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It's common to hear people complaining about sports stars because they are famous and have too much money.

But every now and again, someone comes along and wildly exceeds expectations.

Stephen Curry has never been the flashiest celebrity and is certainly not in-your-face with his wealth, but what he did yesterday was truly heartwarming, even for him.

The Golden State Warriors had an off day in Indianapolis yesterday before they get set to face the Indiana Pacers tonight on the road, and Curry decided to spend his spare day doing something special.

He visited Brody Stephens, a 7-year-old boy with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, who is an avid basketball player and a Curry superfan.

Brody was diagnosed with leukemia as a 1-year-old and appeared to have gotten over the disease. Then, in December 2015, the disease reappeared. Brody has been battling the cancer ever since and is one hell of a brave boy.

Teams around the league might be buying into this notion that the Warriors are "super villains" after acquiring Kevin Durant in the summer, but Curry's persona has never changed.

We wish Brody the very best of luck in his fight with such a terrible disease.

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Draymond Green
Golden State Warriors
Pacific Division
Western Conference
NBA
Stephen Curry
Andre Iguodala
Klay Thompson
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Oklahoma City Thunder
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