“We would like for Mr. Curry to tour the lunar laboratory at our Johnson Space Center in Houston, possibly the next time the Warriors are in town to play with the Rockets,” Allard Beutel, a NASA spokesman,” told The New York Times. “We’ve got hundreds of pounds of moon stones stored there, and also the Apollo mission controller. Throughout his visit, he will observe firsthand exactly what we did 50 decades ago, and exactly what we’re performing now to return back again to the moon from the next few years, yet this time to stay.”
“They are planning to come , I really don’t think so either,” Curry said. “Sorry, I really don’t want to start conspiracies.”
Asked to clarify by cohost Annie Finberg, Curry said he did not feel the landing.
Curry isn’t the only NBA player to confirm a conspiracy theory. Last year, the Celtics’ Kyrie Irving explained the Earth was level and also later apologized for his comments that this past year.