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When athleticism and domination seem to be equal, the best measure when comparing the greatest players of any particular sport is usually championships. The Warriors won two NBA Championships in the 1970s ('75, '76) but went through a significant drought before Stephen Curry arrived as a wide-eyed rookie in 2009. He immediately put his stamp on the organization, taking the role of team leader on his shoulders while developing into the game's greatest long distance shooter. He brought an NBA Finals championship to the Bay Area in 2015, then proceeded to bring two more over the course of the next three years. The three championship banners pictured in this design will move to Chase Center in 2019 as the Warriors open a new arena in San Francisco.

This limited edition (30) 'Champion' collage is accompanied by a 26" x 5" autographed section of NBA game-used floor on which Curry actually played. The authentic piece of NBA game-used floor featured in this item was legally procured directly from the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte. Actual game-used floor sections may vary in appearance from the product image shown. The overall framed dimensions measure approximately 36" wide by 24" high. Curry's black paint pen signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.

Autograph Floor: Steph Curry "Champion" NBA Game-Used Floor

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When athleticism and domination seem to be equal, the best measure when comparing the greatest players of any particular sport is usually championships. The Warriors won two NBA Championships in the 1970s ('75, '76) but went through a significant drought before Stephen Curry arrived as a wide-eyed rookie in 2009. He immediately put his stamp on the organization, taking the role of team leader on his shoulders while developing into the game's greatest long distance shooter. He brought an NBA Finals championship to the Bay Area in 2015, then proceeded to bring two more over the course of the next three years. The three championship banners pictured in this design will move to Chase Center in 2019 as the Warriors open a new arena in San Francisco.

This limited edition (30) 'Champion' collage is accompanied by a 26" x 5" autographed section of NBA game-used floor on which Curry actually played. The authentic piece of NBA game-used floor featured in this item was legally procured directly from the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte. Actual game-used floor sections may vary in appearance from the product image shown. The overall framed dimensions measure approximately 36" wide by 24" high. Curry's black paint pen signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.

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