“Game Changer Steph Curry Inks Record-Breaking Endorsement Deal with Under Armour, Beyond Just Hoops”

Under Armour, the apparel company, has signed a new long-term contract with Golden State Warriors’ well-known basketball player, Steph Curry. The length of the agreement has not been disclosed yet, but it is speculated to last until his retirement from the sport. According to some sources, the deal could be worth more than $473 million, surpassing his NBA contracts. Ten years ago, the collaboration between Curry and Under Armour began with a $4 million yearly deal. Recently, the four-time NBA champion has been appointed as the “President of the Curry Brand” by the sports brand heavyweight.

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry has inked a fresh long-term deal with Under Armour

Steph Curry, the renowned basketball player of the Golden State Warriors, has entered into a new long-term agreement with Under Armour.

The 35-year-old NBA star 'could earn more than $473million' from the long-term agreement

On Thursday, Under Armour and NBA superstar Stephen Curry announced their latest long-term partnership that could potentially earn him over $473 million. Curry has been a loyal collaborator with the brand for a decade and is thrilled to continue working together to impact athletes and create products that resonate with them. Executive Chair and Brand Chief Kevin Plank of Under Armour praised Curry as one of the most exceptional talents of his generation and commended their shared vision for a promising future. This announcement comes after LeBron James inked a similar deal with Nike back in 2015.

Curry and the Warriors are next in action against the San Antonio Spurs on Friday evening

Get ready for an exciting game this Friday evening as the Golden State Warriors, with their star player Curry leading the pack, go head to head against the San Antonio Spurs.

Under Armour's Kevin Plank and Curry met in person last week when Warriors were in Dallas

Recently, Kevin Plank from Under Armour had the chance to meet with Curry in person when the Warriors were in Dallas.

The four-time NBA champ first teamed up with Under Armour, based in Baltimore, in 2013

Back in 2013, a legendary basketball player who has bagged four NBA championships decided to team up with Under Armour, a Baltimore-based enterprise.

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