Published: Fri, November 30, 2018
Sport | By Tony Jimenez

Warriors' injured star Steph Curry to return in Detroit

Warriors' injured star Steph Curry to return in Detroit

Days later, Riley got a handwritten response from Curry.

In the letter, shared earlier this week by Vox's Liz Plank, 9-year-old Riley Morrison explained to Curry she loves playing basketball and she really wants those sweet Curry 5s, but she can't seem to find them in girls' sizes.

NBA superstar Steph Curry and a young fan from California have pushed Under Armour to include girls in the marketing and sales of the basketball star's signature shoe. Lastly, we have something special in the works for International Women's Day on March 8th, and I want you to celebrate with me! As Riley noted in her letter, the Under Armour site offers a number of Curry 5 colorways for boys, including the option to customize, but there are none for sale under the girl's section.


The Warriors have gone 5-5 in Curry's absence.

Riley really pulled the guilt card on Curry to fix this issue, reminding him that he has two daughters and has hosted an all-girls basketball camp.

Well, Curry wrote back, and the response was great.


Curry was quick to respond, saying "We are correcting this now!"

In what should've been Kawhi's night to bask in all on his own, some dude named Durant had other plans, matching Leonard's season-high and raising him a game-high in points while shoving an egregious 51 down the Raptors' throats and nearly single-handedly stealing one for the ailing Warriors, who were without Steph Curry and Draymond Green. The company will start listing the shoes under co-gender "Grade School" sizing, and will make the same change on boxes starting with the Curry 6s next year.

Morrison's dad thanked Curry on Instagram later on, adding that he was "so proud of his baby girl for making a difference".


Curry 5's are now available in the girls section on the Under Armour website.

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