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NBA star Stephen Curry shopping book to publishers for $10 million

NBA star Stephen Curry could score a $10 million book deal, sources exclusively tell Page Six.

The Golden State Warriors point guard is shopping a photo book and memoir to publishers, multiple sources said.

A literary insider added of the project, “It’s a photo book and a memoir by Stephen. Publishers are being asked to pay $10 million, and I bet one might.”

We hear that the project had the working title, “Master of 3’s.”

Reps for Curry have not commented.

It would be the first book for the basketball icon, who’s considered one of the best to ever grace the hardwood.

The son of former NBA player Del Curry, Steph was the all-time scorer at Davidson College before he was drafted by the Warriors. He’s since won three NBA championships, and is also the league’s career three-point leader.

He was spotted celebrating the three-point record in NYC after beating the Knicks last month. At the time, Curry headed to Catch Steak in Manhattan after the game, along with a star-studded group that included his former Warriors teammate and current Nets player Kevin Durant, as well as his pal and teammate Andre Iguodala. They arrived at the celebrity hotspot around 12:40 a.m. and didn’t leave until 5:27 a.m.

Curry’s dad, Del, was also with the group, and was carrying around his son’s record-breaking ball from the game at the eatery.

Curry’s wife, Ayesha Curry, has published numerous foodie books, including “The Seasoned Life: Food, Family, Faith, and the Joy of Eating Well.” She’s also behind the lifestyle magazine Sweet July, and has appeared on various Food Network shows, including “Chopped Junior” and “Ayesha’s Home Kitchen.”

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