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If you cannot afford Stephen Curry’s basketball camp, you might find Seth Curry’s version to be more reasonably priced.

By Extra Mustard
July 11, 2016

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Stephen Curry held a youth camp on Hawaii recently, and the reigning back-to-back MVP commanded a $2,000 price tag for those looking to learn the game alongside him in the tropical locale. The price tag upset Hawaii resident and Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett who called out Curry for asking for so much when so many kids in the community would not be able to afford the price.

The Warriors star recently promoted the cheaper camp of his brother Seth and used it as an opportunity to let people know he was aware of Bennett’s comments.

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Stephen’s camp was held over four days at the BYU-Hawaii campus with Curry being on hand for three days of the training to show off his own workout routine and interact with campers who range in age from 9-16.

While $2,000 (or $2,250 for overnight campers) may seem like a steep price, those who attend received a jersey, T-shirt and a headband, so it was definitely worth the cost.

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