Stephen Curry Reportedly Leaves Nike for New Endorsement Deal with Under Armour
The Golden State Warriors no longer have to worry about winning at Oracle Arena. You may as well pencil them in for a 41-0 mark at home during the 2013-14 season.
After all, Curry is going to go out of his way to protect his house now that he's reportedly signing with Under Armour.
Update: By Ethan Norof on Tuesday, October 1 at 10:10 AM ET
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According to Adrian Wojnarowski, "Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry has left Nike to become the centerpiece endorser for Under Armour, sources told Yahoo Sports."
The key word there is "centerpiece."
With Nike, Curry would have been just one of the many featured clients. But with Under Armour, Curry is the man. He'll immediately trump Brandon Jennings, DeAndre Jordan, Raymond Felton, Greivis Vasquez and Kemba Walker as the premier spokesperson for the brand.
Even though the monetary details haven't been released, it's presumably a great opportunity for him to increase his national appeal even more than he did by drilling three-pointer after three-pointer throughout the 2013 postseason.
But there are questions associated with this move. Because this news comes on the heels of Curry's signing with MoGo and its flavored mouthguards, B/R's Dan Favale has to wonder about the new Under Armour products.
Lemonade-flavored compression shorts FTW. MT @WojYahooNBA: Y! Sources: Stephen Curry leaves Nike for Under Armour endorsement deal.— Dan Favale (@danfavale) September 27, 2013
Hey, whatever helps him break his own three-pointer record in 2013-14. After he made an NBA-best 272 triples last year, Curry will be gunning for at least 273 now.
And if he needs flavored compression shorts to do it, more power to him. Although lemonade would be a strange choice.
On a more serious note, I have to wonder what Under Armour is planning to do for his notoriously weak ankles. Injuries have plagued the early portion of Curry's career, and that will have to be a primary point of emphasis as he starts repping the brand.
After all, as long as Curry's ankles are working, the bottom of the net tends to get a nice workout on a nightly basis.
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