NBA superstar Steph Curry is much in demand these days. As his fame has increased, Curry has found it more and more difficult to connect with fans in the way he would prefer. He tried Twitter, but found himself followed by a million people. Frustrated by the impersonal nature of the medium, Curry just stopped trying.
He told his former Davidson teammate, Bryant Barr, "It's just too much of a hassle. There's too much noise and too much friction to make it worthwhile to spend time doing this." So Barr stepped in to help. Barr and Curry have co-founded a social platform called "Slyce," which allows influencers to sift through questions and topics to find ones they'd like to engage, and ignore the rest. What does Curry like to discuss more than basketball? Slyce him about the Carolina Panthers, golf and his charitable work and find out.