Found June 07, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
Before coming across this Vine video, I didn’t know that Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry had any tattoos to begin with. However, Stephen had one tattoo on his left wrist that says “TTC 30″ (TTC stands for Trust, Commitment, Care) and in the below clip, Steph is shown getting a new tattoo with a Hebrew saying, “Love Never Fails” on his inner right wrist: *** Stephen Curry gets hebrew tattoo on his right wrist [Larry Brown Sports]
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