Golden State Warriors' star Steph Curry visits boy with leukemia at hospital

Warriors star Steph Curry and Brody Stephens, Indianapolis, Indiana, Monday, November 21, 2016. (Golden State Warriors)

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry is showing just how big his heart is by visiting a young leukemia patient while the team was in Indianapolis on Monday.

Seven-year-old Brody Stephens is one of Curry's biggest fans. Brody was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia as a baby and went into remission after chemotherapy. But he's since developed another type of leukemia.

The two spent an hour together getting to know one another. Curry gave him a signed jersey, t-shirts and a basketball. They also exchanged bracelets, which Curry wore during the team's win over the Pacers last night. The Warriors invited Brody to come out for a Warriors game at Oracle once he gets out of the hospital.
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