NBA all-star Stephen Curry has Wednesday after the lost NBA-duel with Golden State against Toronto (93-113) a few things corrected. “I was obviously joking when I said that I didn’t believe in the moon landing”, says playing point guard on the Warriors. “But I will take the invitation of NASA to accept and me further information about their work through the years.”
Curry surprised Monday in the podcast ‘Winging It’ by declaring that the moon landing in 1969, a conspiracy would be. “That was a joke meant. I protested actually in silence against the shortsightedness of people who claim the landing never happened.” Curry’s story is reminiscent of the unveiling of another well-known basket ball player, Kyrie Irving (Boston), in 2017. He said also ironic to think that the earth is flat.
After the strange pronunciation of Curry shot NASA in action and invited the triple NBA champion in their Space Center in Houston. Curry will accept this offer. “Given the responses that I’ve caused, I will discuss the invitation. I’m going to be informed about the immense work NASA has over the years carried out. I hope that people will understand that knowledge is a form of power. You may not just whatever I believe, you need to understand what you believe.”