Gottlieb says:

It’s very difficult not to be taken with Stephen Curry as a player and a person. Spend five minutes with him and you can see that he is humble, bright and from good stock.

William wonders:

One might ask: compared to whom? or, why is that such a shock? I’m not usually the person to comment on this kind of thing, but some sportswriters think they are exempt from the usual canons of modern manners. This sounds a lot like “credit to his race” or “articulate” to me. I don’t know this writer and I’m not reading the full article, but that quote just stuck out as tactless to me. The phrase “good stock” is horrible.

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Mike McCabe said...

I read it as just another way to say, "And Dell is his father"