Craving A Signed Curry NBA Electric Guitar? New Deal With Steiner Says ‘Play On’
Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 08:54AM
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By Barry Janoff

September 20, 2017: Some consider Stephen Curry a maestro on the basketball court.

Now, people can get a Curry-autographed electric guitar to add credence to that.

Curry has signed with a new team . . .  or, to be more specific, he will be signing for a new team.

The All-Star guard for the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors has inked an exclusive deal with Steiner Sports for autographed items, memorabilia and limited-edition pieces.

Curry previously had a similar deal with Fanatics, which has since ended.

Financial terms of the pact with Steiner Sports were not released.

"I’m very excited to partner with Steiner Sports to share in historic moments along my NBA journey," Curry in a statement.

Items in the "Curry Collection" include the usual suspects: signed jerseys, photos, basketballs.

But they also feature game-used memorabilia and unique items such as a signed and custom-designed Woodrow Northender Golden State Warriors electric guitar ($1,499.99).

Steiner Sports also has exclusive deals with athletes including Derek Jeter, Eli Manning, Mark Messier, Henrik Lundqvist, Chris Paul, Mariano Rivera and Odell Beckham, Jr.

According to Brandon Steiner, founder and CEO for Steiner Sports, "We are proud to welcome one of the elite athletes of this generation to the our exclusive roster.

"Steph’s legion of fans will be delighted at the chance to own a piece of history as we take his memorabilia to the next level."

Curry, who earns about $35 million from endorsements, also had deals that include Under Armor, Infiniti, JPMorgan Chase, Brita, Kaiser Permanente and Muscle Milk.

He has the best-selling jersey in the NBA, based on sales at NBAStore.com.

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