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Under Armour, Inc. Message Board

  • egizio2004 egizio2004 Jun 25, 2009 8:49 PM Flag

    Young Money

    To Milwaukee with the 10th pick. Too bad it wasn't a bigger market team.

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    • I'm from new york. Under Armour is taking up nearly equal space as nike in Modell's sporting goods stores. I'm noticing opeople wearing it on TV more. My nephew who is 14 and a freshman in high school says kids his age don't buy nike unless under armour doesn't have something. My sister excercises and says she sees people wearing under armour more. I'm still holding no matter what happens in the earnings report because I really believe in plank and what he has already done with this company. But would be nice to get a pop upwards over 50, if not I buy lower. No harm no foul. thanks for responding united.

    • ...i forecast a long time ago that Curry was going to go higher than kid dollar.... also the Knicks would have picked Curry had he been available in any event.. so NY was never going to pick the kid.... Curry is going to be a huge star

      as for which market Minnesota versus Milwaukee is better... i think Milwaukee is superior but a number of reasons and so i am glad MN picked up the Flynn/Rubio combo plate

      also, I think Skiles will be good for the kid for many many reasons....

      now it is up to the kid to work hard and show the basketball world what he can do.... as for his value as a UA athlete, the shoes and merchandise are not even available yet and UA has not indicated when b-ball will be ready.... it WILL be a huge catalyst eventually however... the question that nobody knows the answer to is WHEN...

 
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