Making it rain on the court is one thing, but making it rain enough in California is another, says NBA MVP Stephen Curry and All-Star guard Klay Thompson of the NBA champion Warriors in a recent Save Our Water public service announcement (PSA). The “Splash Brothers” urge Californians to conserve water, despite recent rain, during our historic five-year drought.
“If we’re going to take on the drought we need some defense,” Curry continues. “We know California is in a serious drought and our hope with this PSA is to help raise awareness to encourage more Californians to conserve water,” adds Thompson. “As a community we all need to do our part to help the cause.”
Curry and Thompson earned their Splash Brothers nickname from their reputation as one of the best shooting backcourt duos in the NBA.
Comcast Sports News Bay Area partnered with the Warriors and the State’s water conservation program Save Our Water to produce the PSA. Save Our Water’s website, which is available in English and Spanish, has tips, tools, and news to inform about new and creative ways to conserve.