Stephen Curry truly is a class act.
The Golden State Warrior point guard took a moment to console Devin Harris’ 9-year-old nephew.
Little Brayden’s father died in a car crash last Tuesday.
Steph was seen comforting the young boy prior to the Warriors-Mavericks game at American Airlines Center Monday night.
Brayden’s uncle didn’t play Monday and has not played since his brother’s death.
He has been granted a leave of absence from the Mavericks.
The meeting was set up by Curry’s brother, Seth, a backup guard with the Mavericks, and Warriors guard Shaun Livingston, a longtime friend of Harris.
Curry can be seen hugging Brayden in a fan video of the touching moment.
Curry told reporters after the game: “It’s obviously sometimes hard to find the right words to say in that situation because it’s such a tough blow to the family.”
“And for him at that age, I can’t imagine what he’s going through, but the best thing I could say is to lean on his family to give him that strength to get through this tough time.”
“Nobody can tell him how to feel to allow himself to get through this the best that he can, but with his family at his side and leaning on them for strength and for love, hopefully they’ll be there for him. That’s the best I can tell.”
Curry also generously autographed a number of items for Harris’ nephew.