Steph Curry, Warriors Foundation grants wish for 10-year-old with cancer

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Steph Curry and the Warriors Foundation have granted a wish for a 10-year-old boy from Texas with cancer.

Our media partner, the San Jose Mercury News, reports that Curry met Taliq Davis last Friday at the team's training facility. Taliq is battling an inoperable brain tumor.

Curry presented Taliq with Warriors gear, including an autographed NBA champions t-shirt and a pair of Curry One shoes.

In July, the NBA MVP posted a video on Twitter to wish Taliq a happy birthday.

And then on Friday, Curry told Taliq, "You should know the whole team sent me text messages to make sure I saw your picture to make sure I knew who you were, your story. All that happened. So I appreciate you coming here. It means a lot to me."

Taliq has had four surgeries and has been hospitalized for about 60 days since being diagnosed in February. His family has set up a GoFundMe fundraiser to me pay for his medical expenses.

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