Stephen Curry’s new shoes have been the talk of social media, and Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll had some fun with the topic recently.
By the end of Monday night, Golden State Warriors star and back-to-back MVP Stephen Curry could also be a back-to-back champion of the Dubs can finish off the NBA Finals, which they currently lead three games to one against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Even with the success on the court, Curry has been getting killed lately on social media because of his new shoes as part of his deal with Under Armour. The white and sliver-ish combo looks like something you would see on the shuffleboard courts in Boca Raton and not a NBA basketball court.
It’s gotten so bad that Pete Carroll, the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, has gotten into the trolling business with Curry, taking a subtle shot by comparing his shoes to the ones that the 64 year old Super Bowl champion does:
Carroll wouldn’t ease up on Steph Curry and even posted a poll on his Twitter account:
It’s a tough one, but you might have to give the slight edge to Carroll based on his kicks having a little more color to them. That being said, Curry’s popularity will be more than enough to get him millions and millions of dollars off the new shoes, so he probably couldn’t care less what people are saying.
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