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The Golden State Warriors have won back-to-back titles – and two of the last three years. The man at the center of it all? The dead-eye shooting Steph Curry.

Chef Curry’s in-the-gym range has captivated fans around the world, and the Dubs have brought some shiny new hardware to the Bay Area.

We’ve been showing you all the coolest, most unique Golden State Warriors gear that’s out there – and now we have one more awesome t-shirt that you need to get your hands on, thanks to BreakingT. 



Steph Curry has a knack for threes, to say the least.

White, black and yellow graphics truly pop on this vintage blue shirt, which is made from a premium blend of 60 percent cotton and 40 percent polyester. BreakingT designs their shirts to last, which means this thing will be nice and soft when Curry and Co. are winning their next three titles.

Trust me. I’ve been sent some of BreakingT’s shirts. They’re truly incredible. They look great, they’re super soft and, most importantly, they fit great. There’s nothing not to love about a BreakingT product.

This officially licensed product of the National Basketball Players Association is only available at BreakingT – and retails for just $26. 

Really, there’s no better way to show off your Bay Area fandom. So don’t wait. Head on over to BreakingT and show the world who you’re rooting for.

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