10 days after wrapping up an All-Star Weekend that verified his status as a superstar, Stephen Curry on Wednesday will make another stop for those of exalted status.
One day after the Warriors play the Wizards in Washington on Tuesday, Curry is going to the White House.
As part of the anti-malaria program Nothing But Nets, Curry is expected to speak with President Obama about the illness, which is particularly prevalent and deadly in certain parts of Africa.
Curry two years ago visited Tanzania as part of the program. The point guard has over the past three seasons has donated three insecticide-treated nets for every 3-pointer he makes in games.
The President's Malaria Initiative, instituted a decade ago by former President George W. Bush, continues to operate and has been further developed under President Obama.