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When history is made on the basketball court, the player's sneakers often become a part of that history. When Michael Jordan scored 38 points against the Utah Jazz in the 1997 NBA Finals while suffering from the flu, his black and red Air Jordan XIIs became "Flu Game" XIIs. Then again, in 1998 when Jordan crossed over Bryon Russell of the Utah before scoring a game winning jumper in Game 6 of the Finals, his XIVs became "Last Shot" XIVs. This was no different when Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors went 73-9 in the regular season, eclipsing a record set by the Chicago Bulls 20 years ago. 

After getting a preview of Clay Thompson's super exclusive "73-9" sneakers, a detailed look at Curry's Under Armour 2.5 "73-9" is available. The sneakers feature a blue and white gradient upper, a blue tongue/lacing system, and yellow accents on the laces and branding. Although the sneakers look like a normal PE for Curry, they will surely carry the "73-9" name.

While there is no scheduled release date for the Under Armour Curry 2.5 "73-9," it could release as soon as May 28. Stay posted for more information.