Curry Brand Signs Japanese Steph Curry to Multi-Year Deal

Michael Jordan made basketball famous worldwide, but today, Stephen Curry is the player most young athletes want to be like.

In the last three years, Keisei Tominaga has wowed University of Nebraska fans with his long-range shots. Wearing Curry’s No. 30 jersey, he’s hit 178 threes and mimicked Curry’s moves both on and off the court.

During April’s Soft Touch College Men’s 3-Point Championship, Tominaga went viral for doing Curry’s famous no-look turnaround three-pointer .

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Big News for Tominaga

Tominaga’s popularity has caught attention. Sneaker expert Nick DePaula announced that Tominaga signed a multi-year deal with Under Armor’s Curry Brand.

Back in 2018, Tominaga met his hero, Curry, in Tokyo during a promotional event while he was still in high school. Now at 23 years old, after finishing his time at Nebraska, he declared for the 2024 NBA Draft. Reports say he had workouts with the Clippers and Kings before joining Japan’s national team for the Paris Olympics. If not drafted, he might join a team on a two-way contract.

What do you think about Tominaga’s future?

James Shotwell
James Shotwell
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