When he made his NBA debut in 2009, Stephen Curry wore Nike shoes on the court. As his game continued to grow and change, so did his preference for kicks. He eventually switched to Under Armour, a move that has since changed the landscape of footwear in the NBA. The Curry 1 debuted at the 2015 NBA All-Star Game, and Curry and UA have been major players in the industry that was once completely dominated by Nike. The Curry 6 hit the market late in 2018 and featured Hovr cushioning, a new and acclaimed technology from UA that aims to provide the ideal combination of cushioning and energy return. This colorway has been worn often by Curry, including most recently in the 2019 Western Conference semifinals against the Rockets. Curry has autographed this pair of Under Armour Curry 6 white and blue shoes in black paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.