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NBA All-Star Stephen Curry is having a historic season and has become a bonafide superstar with his stellar play and his team's success this season.

With all the pomp and circumstance that NBA All-Star Weekend brings, Curry showed his humanity in deciding to honor the memory of Deah Shaddy Barakat, a huge fan of Currys, who was meaninglessly gunned down last week along with his wife Yusor Mohammad, and her sister Razan Mohammad over a parking spot in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Curry tweeted his condolences to Barakat and his family earlier this week and took a moment to write #CURRYFORDEAH and #RIPDEAH on his signature Under Armours which he wore during the NBA Shooting Stars Competition. 

Later in the evening, Curry would go on to win the NBA 3-Point Competition and in a quote obtained via ESPN, Curry said "Once I got to know who Deah was as a person and the stories that everybody was telling about him, it only seemed right to honor him and his family and let them know people were thinking about them, they're not alone and hopefully to give them some kind of peace and comfort. 
He was a special guy. I just did my little part to shed that light toward him."

#RIP to my fan and from what I hear a great human being @arabprodigy30, his wife & sister-in-law. Horrible tragedy & prayers to his family!

— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) February 13, 2015

[via Golden State Warriors Twitter, ESPN, NBA's Vine, and USA Today]