Steph Curry Receives Extra Bonus in Under Armor Deal

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Stephen Curry and his Golden State Warriors are trying to defend the 2022 NBA Championship.

And as he tries to take his team to another level, Curry continues to make moves off the court.

Curry recently re-signed with Under Armor to a new deal that will last beyond his playing career.

Besides, he could get more money than his career salary from this deal.

To top it off, Curry will receive $75 million in Under Armor shares.

Curry and Under Armor have developed a great relationship, working closely and becoming one of the best partnerships in the sneaker world.

After Nike lost Curry, he found his place in the world with Under Armour.

Now, he’s released over 10 signature shoes and Curry is ready to expand his line.

He will be the president of his brand once he retires, meaning this new deal has pretty much set him up for the rest of his life.

Meanwhile, Curry continues to play at a high level, trying to lead his Warriors to the promised land.

They have a huge game today that could send them straight into the playoffs or force them into a play-in tournament.

This is a big moment for Curry. If the Warriors get hot at the right time, they just might win it again.

Chef is ready to cook once again and continues to win both on and off the court.

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