Someone tried to steal Steph Curry's shoes from a kid
Though sales of Steph Curry’s “Curry 3” Under Armour sneakers are down, the reigning NBA MVP’s kicks are still a hot commodity.
And if they’re both signed and game-used, it seems like fans will do anything in there power to snag a pair, even if that means prying them away from the tiny hands of a young basketball fan.
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The Golden State Warriors point guard put up 26 points in Thursday’s 106-99 win over the Utah Jazz. Signed, game-used Curry sneakers go for upwards of $7,000, so naturally, a frenzy ensued after the