Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors received a curious letter from a young fan named Riley, just like his firstborn daughter, asking for the availability of his signature sneakers; the Under Armour Curry 5s, in women's sizes.
National Basketball Association star Steph Curry is promising to make things right for a young girl who wrote a letter to the hoopster when she couldn't find Curry's latest shoes from Under Armour in sizes for girls.
In his note back, Curry mentioned the boys shoes Morrison saw on the Under Armour site were actually unisex, even though they could only be found in the young men's section of the website.More news: Year Old Samuel Little has confessed to 90 murders
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Curry got off to a blazing start this season, helping the Warriors win 10 of their first 11 games with averages of 29.5 points, 6.1 assists and 5.0 rebounds per contest. "I hope you can work with Under Armor to change this because girls want to rock the Curry 5's too". Unfortunately, we have labeled smaller sizes as "boys" on the website.
Curry also hosted a girls basketball camp last summer, an event Morrison referenced in her letter. "We are correcting this now!" he said. He sweetened the deal by inviting Riley to celebrate International Women's Day with him in Oakland in March before ending the letter with the Under Armour tagline #RuinTheGame.
Curry, who has not played since November 8 after injuring his groin in a home loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, returned to practice earlier this week.