NBA superstar Steph Curry says he doesn’t believe man landed on the moon
He follows another basketball star, Kyrie Irving, in voicing a conspiracy theory on a podcast.
It seems the NBA is something of a breeding ground for conspiracy theories.
Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry has revealed he doesn’t believe man ever landed on the moon.
Speaking on the Winging It podcast, the five-time All Star threw out the question: “We ever been to the moon?”
When he was answered in the negative by someone else in the studio, he said: “They’re gonna come get us. I don’t think so, either.”
Exactly how serious Curry was is up for debate, coming as it did after a discussion about how people know what noises dinosaurs made to put in the Jurassic Park movies.
.@mrvincecarter15, @24Bazemore, and @AnnieFinberg pulled @StephenCurry30 and @andre off the golf links and into the studio for an episode of #WingingItPod to discuss Iggy playing with A.I. and Steph meeting Vince at age 10 https://t.co/3NE6cFcW1h— The Ringer (@ringer) December 10, 2018
But it’s not the first time an NBA star has voiced backing for a conspiracy theory.
Last year, Kyrie Irving – then of the Cleveland Cavaliers – said he believed the Earth was flat.
He later said he was joking and recently apologised.