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Style - Kicks and Gear / Nov 21, 2014 / 5:00 pm

Under Armour “SC30 Select” ClutchFit Drive PE’s Dropping This Weekend

Under Armour SC30 Select ClutchFit PE's

The Warriors are at 8-2 through the season’s first 10 games, good for second place in the daunting Western Conference. Stephen Curry is probably the biggest reason why. This past summer, Curry shared his expertise with some of the best young guards around the world at the SC30 Select Camp. Now Under Armour is releasing their newest signature kick to commemorate the experience with the “SC30 Select” ClutchFit Drive PE. Read More »

Style - Kicks and Gear / Nov 12, 2014 / 4:00 pm

Under Armour Releases “Veteran’s Day” Edition of ClutchFit Drive Kicks

Under Armour ClutchFit Drive

It’s always a good time to honor our country’s military, and you can now show support for those heroes on the court by rocking “Veteran’s Day” versions of ClutchFit Drive basketball sneakers from Under Armour. Read More »

Style - Kicks and Gear / Nov 3, 2014 / 2:45 pm

Under Armour Releases Steph Curry “Home” & “Away” ClutchFit Drive PE

Under Armour ClutchFit Drive "Home" and "Away" PE

Under Armour isn’t tricking on Halloween, they released a treat on Saturday by offering the ClutchFit™ Drive “Home” and “Away” player editions Stephen Curry rocks for the Dubs. Come check them out and see how they’ve helped turn Steph into one of the best players in the NBA Read More »

Style - Kicks and Gear / Sep 16, 2014 / 1:30 pm

Likely Top-5 Draft Pick Emmanuel Mudiay Signs With Under Armour

Emmanuel Mudiay (photo. Under Armour)

Emmanuel Mudiay is already reaping the financial benefits of playing overseas before coming to the NBA. The high school class of 2014 phenom and potential number one pick in the NBA draft has signed an endorsement contract with Under Armour, the company announced today. Read More »

Smack, Twitter / Sep 2, 2014 / 11:15 am

Stephen Curry Defends His Under Armour Sneakers On Twitter

Stephen Curry

Over the weekend, Kevin Durant remained with Nike after they chose to match Under Armour‘s 10-year deal that was reported to be in the $265-$285 million range. ESPN’s Bomani Jones used this news to take a dig at Stephen Curry‘s Under Armour shoes. Steph responded on Twitter and defended himself. Read More »

Style - Kicks and Gear / Sep 1, 2014 / 2:45 pm

Building The Brand: Players Who Deserve Their Own Signature Line

adidas Crazylight Boost

When Nike took a chance in 1984-85 to give a rookie out of North Carolina by the name of Michael Jordan his own sneaker line, the marketing world in sports changed forever. Nike has become one of the most recognized brands in the world, while MJ has built an empire that is producing millions from retro releases. Read More »

Smack, Twitter / Sep 1, 2014 / 12:30 pm

Iggy: “I Had A Better Shot At Halle Berry” Than Under Armour Had With Durant

Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala

On Sunday, news came that Nike had matched Under Armour‘s gargantuan 10-year, $265-285 million offer and would retain signature NBA star, Kevin Durant until 2024. When current Under Armour athlete and new Hawks wing, Kent Bazemore, tweeted out a thanks to KD for considering Under Armour, swoosh athlete, Andre Iguodala, made it clear UA’s shot to land KD was well-nigh impossible. Read More »

Latest News / Aug 31, 2014 / 9:30 am

Report: Kevin Durant Near Record Nike Deal, As They Match Under Armour

Kevin Durant, Nike KD VI

The purported 10-year, $265-285 million deal Under Armour offered Kevin Durant was supposed to scare Nike or any other shoe brand away. But, at the last moment, Nike reportedly told Roc Nation, which represents KD, they’ll match the mega-deal, thereby keeping the 2014 NBA MVP in their stable of signature basketball players. Read More »

Latest News / Aug 27, 2014 / 6:30 pm

Despite Reports, Nike Can Still Match Under Armour’s Offer To Kevin Durant

Nike KD7 "Lightening Strike"

The sneaker war over 2014 NBA MVP, Kevin Durant, heat up last week when a report said Under Armour — until now, a bit player in basketball performance sneakers — had offered Durant between $265 and $285 million in a 10-year deal. The report said Nike would have to match the insane offer or possibly lose one of their marquee basketball names. News today indicated that because Nike still hadn’t matched the offer, KD was now with Under Armour. That story has been proven false. Read More »

Latest News / Aug 20, 2014 / 10:26 pm

Report: Kevin Durant Informed Nike Under Armour Offered $265-285 Million

"Team Orange" Nike KD VI

After reports surfaced Under Armour had made Kevin Durant a grand-daddy offer of $325 million spread out over a decade, a report from Darren Rovell at ESPN today lowers that figure, but not so much as to fall under a quarter of a million dollars. Durant’s reps at Roc Nation, by letting Nike know the extent of UA’s offer — alleged to be between $265 and $285 million spread out over 10 years — allows them their contracturally obligated right to match the deal, Rovell adds. Read More »