Steph Curry thinks the moon arrival was a major fabrication ... also, now NASA needs to transform the NBA whiz into an adherent ... giving him an individual welcome to visit all the proof that demonstrates everything occurred. The Warriors All-Star and his partners uncovered their wariness on the Ringer's "Winging It" web recording with Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore ... conceding they really trust the moon arrival in 1969 never occurred.
A rep for NASA reveals to TMZ Sports they wanna put a conclusion to all that discussion ASAP ... welcoming Curry to look at their lunar labs and all the proof that demonstrates everything truly went down. "There's bunches of proof NASA landed 12 American space travelers on the Moon from 1969 – 1972," representative Allard Beutel says.
"We'd love for Mr. Curry to visit the lunar lab at our Johnson Space Center in Houston, maybe whenever the Warriors are around the local area to play the Rockets." "We have many pounds of Moon rocks put away there and the Apollo mission control. Amid his visit, he can see direct what we completed 50 years prior, and what we're doing now to return to the Moon in the coming years, yet this opportunity to remain." BTW - the Dubs will be in H-Town in March ... so we'll check whether he takes them up on the offer.