If you discuss the conversation, you should go better. Especially when you are running in super-luxurious basketball sneakers. In Steph Curry's case, he has been open about his love for his daughters and the support of girls in athletics. When she received a letter from Riley Morrison, who was nine years old and complained that she would like to buy her shoes, but that did not make her look like girls, Curry responded.
No Curry 5 for sale under the Girls Section
Napa Baller Riley Morrison is a big fan of Steph Curry. When she prepared for her basketball season, she was disappointed to discover that there were no Curry & Under Armor shoes in her size. She would not just accept that. So she decided to write a letter to Mr. Curry itself
"I know you support athletes," she wrote, "because you have two daughters and run an all-girls basketball camp."
A statement and a present
Curry did not disappoint. He also wrote that he will send her a pair of Curry 5 and she will be among the first to rock the Curry 6.
"I want to make sure you can proudly wear my kicks," he wrote. He mentioned that he plans something special for the International Women's Day in Oakland and hopes that the nine-year-old will be there.
Since this exchange, the sizes for Currys Sneakers have been updated on the Under Armor website and now include a category for girls.
When the letters from Riley and Curry became viral, the Internet applauded professional athletes Gesture and his support for girls. Whatever you cheer, that warms you heart If a role model needs a moment to be a hero for a child.