Watch a clip from the brand new Apple TV+ documentary in regards to the Golden State Warriors famous person and NBA legend, premiering on the 2023 Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival has wealthy historical past relating to documentary — and sports documentaries, specifically. Hoop Dreams, one of many best documentaries ever, made its premiere at Sundance ’94, whereas When We Were Kings (’96), Murderball (’05), O.J.: Made in America (’16) and Icarus (’17) all debuted on the fest.  

One of the splashy late additions to the Sundance 2023 was Stephen Curry: Underrated, a documentary from director Peter Nicks (The Waiting Room) and producer Ryan Coogler (Black Panther) billing itself as “an intimate have a look at NBA famous person Stephen Curry’s inconceivable coming of age” from his years at Davidson to his a number of championships and MVPs with the NBA’s Golden State Warriors en path to basketball immortality.

The current Rolling Stone cover star has been underappreciated his complete profession — and, some would say, nonetheless is — so Nicks’ movie, which was made with Curry’s participation, makes an attempt to provide him his flowers. Stephen Curry: Underrated

will premiere at Sundance on the evening of Jan. 23 and be launched on Apple TV+ later this yr.


In this unique first clip from the documentary, Curry displays on how he obtained to the highest of hoop mountain.

“I’m continually looking for the house simply to have the ability to survey my life, survey what’s happening. To let my thoughts take into consideration, how did I get right here?” he asks.

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