Stephen Curry Thinks the Moon Landing Was Faked
Stephen Curry Thinks the Moon Landing Was Faked . Curry appeared on the latest edition of The Ringer’s “Winging It” podcast featuring Hawks wings Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore. Almost out of the blue, Curry offered up this take. “We ever been to the moon?” Curry asked. Two voices (it’s tough to tell whether it’s both Carter and Bazemore or just one of them accompanied by Curry answering his own question) reply “Nope.” Curry follows up, “They’re gonna come get us. I don’t think so either.” “You don’t think so?” co-host Annie Finberg replies. “Nuh uh,” Curry says.
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Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry apologised for the moon landing comments he made earlier this week while talking with retired astronaut Scott Kelly. Curry wanted to backtrack his remarks and raise awareness around the work NASA do, so he hosted a 16-minute Instagram live video chat
Steph Curry is sorry for all the trouble his moon - landing comments have caused. Curry also apologized to the former astronaut . "I did not want in any way, shape or form to demean the significant accomplishment that you and people that you work with on a daily basis were able to make
Last week, Steph Curry jumped on The Ringer's "Winging It" podcast and said that he didn't believe that the moon landing was real - something that was picked up and went viral from 0 to 100 real quick.
Curry quickly rescinded his comments and said that he was joking on the podcast and apologized for his comments and agreed to tour one of NASA's lunar labs to learn more about the explorations.
Feeling like the apology wasn't enough, Curry hosted a 16-minute Instagram Live conversation with retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly to apologize further and learn more about NASA.
"It was important for me to understand, one, the magnitude of things that I say in my comments, and how much weight they carry, no matter if I am joking or not, but totally honor that in every situation I put myself in," Curry said.
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Warriors star Stephen Curry apologized for the moon landing comments he made earlier this week while talking with retired astronaut Scott Kelly. Curry wanted to backtrack his remarks and raise awareness around the work NASA does and so he hosted a 16-minute Instagram live video chat with
"The sense of national pride in how that exploration for mankind has pushed boundaries and limits of what is possible, you know, pushed our imagination for what we can accomplish. […] I do not want to in any way, shape or form demean the significant accomplishments that you, and the people you work with on a daily basis, make a reality."
Curry seems to genuinely understand the gravity, not just about the moon landing comments, but that he has to be careful about the things he says because of the platform he has and the number of people that platform reaches.
Kelly admitted that he had a similar fallout on social media when he called Winston Churchill one of the greatest leaders of all time not understanding how Churchill felt about race relations and colonialism.
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Comments . After taking one step toward dispelling any notion that he believed the moon landing was faked, Stephen Curry on Saturday took a leap The Warriors guard hosted a 16-minute Instagram live video chat with retired astronaut Scott Kelly, beaming Curry ’s 23 million followers some insight
Curry apparently supports a theory which states that the entire Apollo operation, including the lunar landing , was staged by director Stanley Kubrick READ MORE: NBA star Kyrie Irving apologizes for ‘Earth is flat’ comments . “We have hundreds of pounds of moon rocks stored there, and the Apollo
The conversation came on the heels of the Sacramento Kings trolling Curry by playing moon landing footage during player introductions.
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Stephen Curry continued pushing this moon - landing story in a positive direction by having a conversation with a retired astronaut via Instagram Live on Saturday. Amid all of this, Curry said he is still fully realizing the magnitude of his comments — jokes or not — and that led him to live-stream
The comments about the moon landing begin around the 46-minute mark. Twelve American astronauts walked on the moon during six missions from 1969 to 1972 as Curry ’s comments are reminiscent of the skepticism Celtics all-star Kyrie Irving expressed that the Earth is round, a fact he
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The Hawks' Trae Young drives against the Warriors' Klay Thompson on Nov. 13 in Oakland, Calif.
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Kevin Durant (35) of the Golden State Warriors collides with Danilo Gallinari of the Los Angeles Clippers on Nov. 12 in Los Angeles.
Steph Curry admits he was joking about moon landing, will visit NASA
As it turns out, Steph Curry does not believe the moon landing conspiracy.
Curry made those comments just recently and received a ton of flack for his stance against both science and common sense. We can now add retired American astronaut and hero Scott Kelly to the list of people trolling Curry over his recent remarks. Steph, so much respect for you, but re the moon
NASA wants Steph Curry to know that yes, the moon landing was real, and they're even inviting him to check out some space rocks to prove it. During an interview on the podcast "Winging It," the Golden State Warriors star revealed that he doesn't believe the United States has been to the moon .
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“There’s lots of evidence NASA landed 12 American astronauts on the Moon from 1969-1972,” NASA spokesman Allard Beutel said in a statement to The Curry later told ESPN that his moon - landing denial was a joke, but he did accept NASA’s offer. Curry also commented , sort of, on Twitter, sharing
Golden State star Stephen Curry apologizes over moon landing comments . Share He had questioned the Apollo 11 mission during a taping of the "Winging It" podcast. On Thursday, he apologized and expressed regret over his comments .
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Mr Curry ’s comments were reminiscent of Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving’s oft-repeated scepticism that Earth is round. Mr Curry is far from being alone in expressing scepticism that the moon landing actually occurred, but NASA has worked hard to show through scientific evidence that it accomplished
After Curry said he doesn't think humans landed on the moon , NASA offered to show him some out-of-this-world He made the comment during a podcast released Monday and it caught the attention of NASA, which offered to Retired American astronaut Scott Kelly also wanted to talk sense into Curry .
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The Pistons' Andre Drummond, center, tries to get to the basket between the Magic's Aaron Gordon (00) and Jerian Grant on Nov. 7, in Orlando, Fla. The Pistons won 103-96.
Hassan Whiteside (21) of the Heat dunks the ball against the Spurs on Nov. 7, in Miami. The Heat won 95-88.
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Derrick Rose (25) of the Timberwolves and Boban Marjanovic of the Clippers reach for a rebound on Nov. 5, in Los Angeles. The Clippers won 120-109.
Jamal Murray, left, of the Nuggets drives to the basket against Al Horford of the Celtics on Nov. 5, in Denver. The Nuggets won 115-107.
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The Thunder's Steven Adams (12) passes the ball over the Pelicans' Jrue Holiday, left, on Nov. 5, in Oklahoma City. The Thunder won 122-116.
The Heat's Bam Adebayo, left, Justise Winslow, centre, and Josh Richardson reach in on the Pistons' Langston Galloway (9) on Nov. 5, in Detroit. The Heat won 120-115.
The Bulls' Zach LaVine, left, drives past the Knicks' Damyean Dotson on Nov. 5, in New York. The Bulls won 116-115 in double overtime.
D.J. Augustin (14) of the Magic handles the ball against the Cavaliers on Nov. 5, in Orlando, Fla. The Magic won 102-100.
The Rockets' James Harden goes to the basket against the Pacers' Victor Oladipo on Nov. 5, in Indianapolis. The Rockets won 98-94.
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