John Legend and Steph Curry are teaming up for ‘Signing Day’

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John Legend and Steph Curry are teaming up.

According to Variety, the EGOT winner and NBA star will join forces to produce a sports drama for the big screen. The film would be the first project in development under Curry’s first-look real with Sony Pictures.

The flick follows an extremely driven sports agent trying desperately to sign a young, coveted basketball star as her client. In her desperation and determination, she considers resorting to illegal and unethical means to book the client.

Steph Curry sidelined for three months over broken hand

Curry should have tons of time on his hands now that he has been sidelined from playing basketball. A few weeks back, The Golden State Warriors announced he would be in recovery for at least three months.

According to CBS Sports, the Warriors said Curry “underwent successful surgery” at Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute in Los Angeles. The surgery was to repair a “broken left hand/second metacarpal” with full recovery. The status of Curry will be updated after the initial three month period.

Curry sustained his injury when driving for a layup during the third quarter of the 121-110 loss to the Suns. He would collide with Suns’ forward Kelly Oubre Jr. and use his hands to brace himself in the fall. Once he hit the floor, Suns’ center Aron Baynes landed on top of his left hand.

The injury for Curry puts the Warriors at a crossroads. The team was off to a shaky start after the departures of key players Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala, injuries to Klay Thompson and newcomers Alec Burks and Willie Cauley-Stein, and the retirement of Shaun Livingston. Now, many analysts are suggesting the Warriors should tank and aim for the draft lottery, which team officials scoff at.