Stephen Curry responds to message from fan over no women’s shoe

Stephen Curry responds to message from fan over no women’s shoe

Stephen Curry responds to message from fan over no women’s shoe

Unfortunately, Riley and her dad went to buy the Curry 5 online and found they're only sold in boys' sizes, prompting her to bring this to Curry's attention.

Curry, who has missed the Warriors' last 10 games, will sit out Thursday's game in Toronto, though Kerr added that Curry would have been available if it were a playoff game.

Kerr said Curry was particularly disappointed to miss the game in Toronto, not only because the Raptors now own the best record in the National Basketball Association but also because he has fond memories of the Canadian city from the time his father, Dell Curry, played there from 1999-2002.

A young fan recently asked Steph Curry to make some of his Curry 5 sneakers available in the girls section, and his response was ideal.


Days later, Riley got a handwritten response from Curry. "I hope you can work with Under Armor to change this because girls want to rock the Curry 5's too".

When asked about the significance of Curry being sidelined, Smith said: "I think the real losers are the fans [Raptors]".

With a little help from influencers on Twitter, Morrison's letter got into the hands of Curry. "We are correcting this NOW!"

"Lastly, we have something special in the works for International Women's Day on March 8th, and I want you to celebrate with me!" And in usual Curry fashion, the National Basketball Association player had the sweetest response. "I know you support girl athletes because you have two daughters and you host an all girls basketball camp".

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