NBA Star Delivers Malaria Nets to Tanzania

Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry discusses his recent trip visiting refugees in Africa.
2:21 | 08/14/13

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I'm here with steph curry, guard for the golden state warriors. Along with a great year. I'm not going to say breakout. But what a year he had. Broke a record in the league. Most three pointers in a season, with 272. Also, big heart on this kid. He just got back from something of a humanitarian mission to tanzania, where he delivered malaria nets to refugees. A great foundation called nothing but nets. I want to welcome you to the program. Get the basketball out of the way. A phenomenal year. Always fun when the warriors are running. The playoff run, the personal record with the threes. How did it feel when it came together for you? It felt great. A great ride. I wanted to go further, taking them furtherer in the series. Had them on the ropes in san antonio. Had we won game one, it would have been different. Steph curry makes me miss sports. In the off-season, you spend to go to tanzania, where they are in need of malaria nets like the one you're holding. Why did you decide to do it? I'vet of the fund-raising for that campaign since college. My roommate, a teammate there, introduced me to the cause. And to do the challenge every year. Every three I made, I donated three nets to a family in need. To go and see where the nets are going, and how appreciative the families are. I want to stretch it out. Malaria is a huge problem. And so, what exactly are we talking about? This net here is insecticide treated. We encourage the families -- if you want to get underneath it. How about it? We're protected, right? The mosquitos can't get through. If they touch the net, they're going to die off. And we're going to kill the population of mosquitos. It goes both ways to protect the families that need it. You guys are in trouble. Seriously. This is terrific. Again, it is a great, great zation. Nothing but net. You can find out more about it. Logon to goodmorningamerica.Com. The great steph curry, everybody. Thanks. Congratulations.

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