Steph Curry surprises USC online class during coronavirus pandemic

Marcus White
NBC Sports BayArea

The University of Southern California has conducted classes online since March 11 due to the coronavirus pandemic, and some students recently heard from someone with two MVPs to his name.

Warriors star Steph Curry dropped by one of USC's online classes, ESPN's "SportsCenter" Twitter account posted in a since-deleted tweet crediting a USC student.

Imagine being one of those students' professors for another class. How do you possibly follow that up?

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It's not clear which class Curry joined, but the 32-year-old has stayed very busy while the NBA season is suspended and California is under statewide orders to shelter in place.

Curry conducted a Q&A on Instagram Live with Dr. Anthony Fauci on Thursday. The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease shared critical information about the coronavirus (COVID-19), and he explained what public-health officials need to see before sporting events can begin again. President Barack Obama even made an appearance.

Steph Curry surprises USC online class during coronavirus pandemic originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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