Steph Curry is on the seventh iteration of his signature Under Armour shoe.
On Friday, Under Armour announced that Philadelphia 76ers All-Star center Joel Embiid now has his first signature shoe for the company.
Curry welcomed Embiid to the signature shoe family by wearing the kicks Friday and impersonating the 76ers star in every possible way, including his celebrations:
Embiid has been with Under Armour since signing a five-year contract with the company in October of 2018.
The 26-year-old Embiid debuted his new shoes during Friday's seeding game against the Orlando Magic, and finished with 23 points and 13 rebounds in the 76ers' 108-101 win.
Curry is the face of Under Armour, and reportedly could be getting his own Jordan-like brand under the Under Armour umbrella, but Embiid is the next biggest NBA player on their roster.
Embiid, a big jokester, surely will appreciate Curry's impersonation of him.
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