Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry is reportedly on track to signing a lifetime endorsement contract with Under Armour (NYSE:UAA -1.07%) worth over $1 billion USD.
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Steph Curry Is the First Player in NBA History To Make 3,000 Three-Pointers
Earlier this month, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry cemented himself as the greatest shooter in the world. Not only did he surpass Ray Allen to take the top spot as the all-time three-point leader, but he is also now the first NBA player to ever make 3,000 three-pointers.
THE NEW ‘CURRY 5’ IS THE MOST ADVANCED UNDER ARMOUR SNEAKER YET
Steph Curry‘s birthday fell on the geekiest holiday of them all, March 14th or “Pi Day” (March 14th = 3/14 and pi = 3.14… Get it?)
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The Golden State Warriors Set To Face The Cleveland Cavaliers In The 2017 NBA Finals. Who Will Win?
The 2017 NBA Finals kick off Thursday, June 1.
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5 NBA Records That Could Fall This Season
This NBA season has a chance to be truly historic. And no, it’s not because of that superteam with the potential to rip off a 50-game winning streak, or because LeBron James appears headed to a seventh-consecutive trip to the NBA Finals. It could be one of the most historic seasons because five records are potentially in jeopardy this year—several of which may not have even been on your radar.
Watch Steph Curry Set an NBA Record by Sinking 13 3-Pointers During a Game Against the Pelicans
During the Warriors’ stunning 20-point loss to the Lakers last Friday night, Steph Curry didn’t hit a single 3-pointer. It snapped a streak that saw Curry hit at least one 3-pointer in 157 consecutive games that stretched all the way back to November 2013.
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THE KING CONQUERS
With less than a minute left in the final quarter of the season’s final game, Kyrie Irving crossed the ball between his legs, one, two, three times, before picking up his dribble, squaring up, and letting the jumper fly.