Steph Curry, 30, has a brother (Seth, 28, plays in the NBA), sister (Sydel, 24, is a former Division I volleyball player at Elon) and close relationship with his mother, Sonya.
She still scolds her eldest child if he does anything out of the ordinary or unchristian like and once kept Steph out of a middle school basketball game because he failed to do his chores.
"We only work as a family if everybody does their part," she said during an appearance on the "Today" show. "It's not my job to do everything for everybody. ... If one thing didn't work at home, it then affected all the other things outside the home."
Committing turnovers are no different. Curry and his mother made a bet that for each turnover he commits in a game, he has to pay her $100. For his career, he averages 3.3 turnovers per game, which comes out as $330 per game.