Davidson College will name the student section at John M. Belk Arena, the team's home court, in Curry's honor. Curry capped off his college career with 2,635 points at Davidson -- doing so in just three seasons before declaring for the NBA Draft.
Since leaving his post as the all-time leading scorer for the school, Curry has found plenty of success as a professional. He was taken with the No. 7 overall by the Golden State Warriors in 2009, and has since flourished at the highest level.
Curry earned MVP honors in the 2014-2015 season -- en route to a NBA championship over the Cleveland Cavaliers. The following year, he became the first player in NBA history to be elected as the MVP by a unanimous vote.
Last season, Curry's Warriors held a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals before dropping the next three to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Warriors will have an off night on Jan. 24, and Curry is expected to be in attendance for the celebration at Davidson College.