Stephen Curry takes on a 7-year old Filipino cute who shows some of his dribbling skills to the MVP earlier. Stephen was impressed with the kid's ability, and complimented him "He's on his way. Seven years old, I can't do that at seven."
This 7-year old kid's real name is Dominic Tuason, and he might be the another version of "Terrence Romeo" in a decade.
Under Armour is shuttling Stephen Curry around Asia, as part of a promotional push for his latest signature kicks, the Curry 2. Just a month ago, LeBron James also visited Manila as a part of the Nike RISE tour program back in August 2015.
Curry also played a full court match with the national basketball team of Manila, Smart Gilas Pilipinas at the Mall of Asia Arena.
● Stephen Curry left his initial basketball endorsement Nike, and signed with Under Armour in 2013 instead. Under Armour had signed Curry to a contract extension through the year 2024, which is worth close to $4 million per year.
Stephen Curry has been one of the hottest names on the endorsement trail as well, locking up partnerships with Under Armour, 2K Sports, Express, State Farm Insurance, Unilever's Degree, JP Morgan Chase, Muscle Milk, JBL Headphones, Nissan's luxury cars brand INFINITI, and ZAMST. He was also featured in an Apple commercial to promote the iPhone 6s. Curry also got a major boost after soccer star Lionel Messi posted a picture to Instagram holding up an autographed Curry jersey to his 30 million followers.
Curry has played a vital part in Under Armour’s recent success after appearing in two of the brands notable campaigns. He appeared in the “Book of Will” ad alongside Oscar winner Jamie Foxx, who played a Mars Blackmon-esque character as Curry’s hypeman, telling fans how the reigning MVP reached his current perch. He was also featured in the brand’s “Rule Yourself” campaign that preaches the importance of training.
Under Armour first hooked up with a pro basketball player when it signed Brandon Jennings back in 2008. By partnering with the sharpshooting Mr. Curry, Under Armour is hitching itself to one of the fastest-rising NBA stars. Fast-rising Under Armour, which was founded back in 1996, has a goal of eventually toppling Nike to become the world's top retail sports brand.
In 2014, he also launched Three-For-Three Challenge, in which he will donate 3 bed mosquito nets to people in Africa to prevent malaria, for every 3-pointer he makes during the season. Curry made 286 3-pointers in the 2014-2015 NBA season, so he donated 858 nets.
In 2017, The limited-edition “Nothing But Nets” sneaker is part of Curry’s fight against malaria. For every pair of the new $120 Under Armour Curry 4 shoe sold, the Warriors guard will donate an insecticide-treated bed net aimed at protecting kids, refugees and families from malaria.
Later in 2017, Curry made an appearance at a convocation Wednesday at Liberty University, where his brother Seth Curry attended college, to help support the “Kick’n It” foundation’s drive to donate 20,000 pairs of shoes to children in the Republic of Congo, in helping to put shoes on the feet of disadvantaged children around the world.
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● Holding numerous records related to 3-point shooting, Curry has played 8 seasons in the NBA, where he is a 3-time All-Star, 2-time Most Valuable Player, and a 2-time NBA champion with the Golden State Warriors back in 2015 and 2017 against the Cleveland Cavaliers. He is also the Warriors franchise leader in Points in the Playoffs.
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