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Stephen Curry has applied for the trademark to Chef Curry.

By SI Wire
June 23, 2016

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Stephen Curry has applied for the trademarks to Steph Curry, Stephen Curry, Chef Curry and Curry, according to Forbes' Darren Heitner.

The applications note that he plans to use the trademarks for a wide array of products and services. The Warriors point guard did not accompany the applications with a written consent personally signed by him, which will be necessary for any of the names and nicknames to be finalized.

Among the products and services that he plans to use the marls for are anti-glare visors, crayons, leggings, board games and charitable services, according to Forbes.

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Under Armour previously tried to register “The League’s Most Unguardable Player,” “The Game’s New Creative Genius,” and “Fall Back” for products that were centered on Curry.

Curry won his second MVP award in unanimous fashion after leading the Warriors to a 73–9 record during the regular season. The Warriors fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers in seven games in the NBA Finals.

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