Lucky Warriors fans' dreams come true through Make-A-Wish

- Steph Curry and some of his fellow Golden State Warriors took time on Wednesday to brighten the lives of some young people who were fighting some life-threatening illnesses through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Steph Curry and some of his fellow Golden State Warriors took time on Wednesday to brighten the lives of some young people who were fighting some life-threatening illnesses through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

The foundation helped 10 applicants, between the ages of 10 and 19, who all dreamed of meeting their hero, Steph Curry.

The kids visited with Curry and some of his teammates and then toured the Warriors’ practice facility.
The foundation even flew one boy and his family all the way from their home in Brooklyn so they could attend the event.

“It was like, unbelievable when we walked into the room and got all these gifts,” said 11-year-old Londell Francis. He said he’s been dealing with sickle cell anemia, but the special day took his mind off his illness. 

The children and young adults who had their wishes granted also had prime seats to Thursday night’s game in which the Warriors were victorious over the Utah Jazz at Oracle Arena.  

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