Stephen Curry can add another accolade to his list.
Soon-to-be two-time NBA MVP, three-time All-Star, NBA champion, the clear-cut three-point king, and now, he’s officially known as one of the most influential people in the world.
Earlier this week, Time magazine named Curry one of their 100 Most Influential People, further solidifying the notion that he’s more than just a basketball player, and that his impact — both on and off the court — is far-reaching.
Of the five categories — Pioneers, Titans, Artists, Leaders, and Icons — Curry was listed as a Titan alongside Pope Francis, Mark Zuckerburg and Priscilla Chan. Making up the other categories were Caitlyn Jenner, Kendrick Lamar, Idris Elba, President Obama, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Adele, while current athletes such as Usain Bolt, Jordan Spieth and Ronda Rousey were named as well.
What does it take to be given a spot on this list? Time Editor Nancy Gibbs explains.
“One way or…