A 9-year-old girl politely got Stephen Curry in check. Riley Morrison and her father, were shopping for kicks, when they discovered something upsetting. Under Armour didn’t carry the Curry 5 footwear for young girls.
Morrison wrote Curry a letter, expressing her disappointment. In the letter, Morrison describes her love for the sport, and how she had hoped to buy the shoes for her upcoming basketball season.
Curry quickly responded to the young fan, in more ways than one. He wrote back that he was currently making a deal with Under Armour to get the sizes available for young girls, like herself. He even promised Morrison that she’d be the first kid with a pair of Curry 6 kicks. And if that wasn’t enough, Curry told her she had a special surprise waiting for her on March 8.
Appreciate you helping us get better Riley! We got you. #MoreToCome pic.twitter.com/UBoTklvwhg
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) November 29, 2018
Curry plays for the Golden State Warriors. He has three young children, and actively fights for gender equality.
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