Stephen Curry's got an NBA championship and the most recent NBA MVP award. His wife is he host of a popular cooking show.
You might expect them to celebrate their anniversary somewhere high-class. In their eyes, that's exactly what they did. But if you guessed The French Laundry, guess again.
The Currys went to Chick-Fil-A.
It's somewhat endearing that such a successful, famous, and frankly wealthy couple would choose such a humble destination for celebrating their marriage.
Then again, Stephen Curry doesn't exactly think of Chick-Fil-A as a sacrifice: he grew up on the food while growing up in North Carolina, even playing college ball in-state. He's made numerous references to Chick-Fil-A as his favorite food over the years.
The passion runs so deep that his wife slipped a chicken nuggets reference into an otherwise heartfelt tribute on Instagram:
#TBT to many many years ago on the day that Stephen picked out my engagement ring... I had no idea. We're 4 years into our marriage and everyday just gets better and better. You season my life (just like those chic fil a nuggets) . I can't wait to see what the next 4 and then 40 years have in store. Love you baby! #happyanniversary
Further evidence of the Warriors star's (unhealthy?) obsession: This video from two years ago, which shows him juggling Chick-Fil-A food while dribbling a basketball:
There's only one thing wrong with all of this: Stephen Curry needs to get paid! This guy's churning up tons of free publicity for the fast-food chain, and all for the love of the chicken sandwich.
Yes, he's a millionaire, but he's also the sixth-highest paid player on his team -- the team on which he is indisputably the best player. Between a cheap NBA salary and the loss of Chick-Fil-A millions, Curry is leaving way too much money on the table.
Get that man a Chick-Fil-A endorsement deal. Or at least some vouchers for free meals.