Sports figures are prevalent on Time Magazine's list of "Most Influential People in the World."
The list, published Thursday morning, includes Golden State Warriors guard and reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry.
The Curry selection makes a lot of sense.
If you enter any practice arena, now, more than ever you see kids have a deep desire to be able to shoot the ball from deep at a high level.
The biggest factor in the surge of that particular skill in basketball is Stephen Curry. He floats up and down the court and shoots threes all game long. His personal and team success had led to the NBA advertising him at a high level.
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