The disappointing playoff loss sparked a big change for the Warriors, with coach Mark Jackson getting replaced by Steve Kerr. The lingering Bogut injury provided ample opportunities for Draymond Green to start at center and Golden State started the season 21-2, with 16 straight wins between November and December.
The 2014-15 regular season ended for the Warriors at 67-15, with Steph Curry winning the MVP award – all while rocking his first signature; the Under Armour Curry 1. This shoe features an external shank under the midfoot for rigid support, with a noticeable heel counter to try to prevent the foot from rolling over. Curry ended up playing a career high 80 regular season games on his way to his first MVP award.
Of course, Curry was as clutch as ever when the playoffs started, sinking this crazy game-tying shot against the Anthony Davis and the Pelicans. Golden State basically cruised to the NBA Finals, where Curry struggled initially but came alive in the later games to win his first championship in game 6.
The Curry 1 reportedly netted Under Armour a 95% increase in footwear sales and made Steph Curry the number 1 best-selling signature athlete in 2015.
Additionally, you can customize the UA Icon Curry 1 at Underarmour.com.