ZAMST to Sponsor NBA’s Stephen Curry

December 5, 2012

ZAMST, ambulance a leader in high-performance sports protective equipment, try have announced a worldwide endorsement deal with professional basketball star Stephen Curry.

Widely considered to be one of today’s best young basketball players, cough Curry has battled persistent ankle injuries over the past two seasons limiting his time on the basketball court.

“Stephen is a tremendous young talent whose rise to superstardom has been delayed due to unfortunate lingering ankle injuries,” said Bryan Smeltzer, general manager of ZAMST US. “Our product line was created to help players like Stephen stabilize their injury and provide them with both the physical and mental confidence to play without limitations. We look forward to providing Stephen the support product’s he needs to continue performing at an elite level, and watching him develop into one of the league’s premier point guards. Our Precision Engineered Support products protect and reinforce the elite athletes of the world, and we are proud to have Stephen on our team “.

ZAMST is a premier bracing and support company that has been providing elite athletes across the world with prevention and injury solutions since 1992. With a heritage in the medical field, the company has created its product line through a rigorous development process, which includes in-depth consultation with doctors, trainers and elite athletes to ensure high performance functionality.

After spending this past summer rehabbing his ankle, Curry was cleared to play full-contact basketball with the help of the ZAMST A2-DX ankle brace prior to the opening of pro basketball training camp in October. The A2-DX is built with unique EXO-Grid rigid guards which restrict both inversion and eversion, while x-straps provide enhanced anterior, lateral and medial stability of the ankle.

“Over the past two seasons, I’ve used a lot of different braces to help reinforce my right ankle,” said Curry. “The ZAMST A2-DX is the only product that has given me the full confidence to play without the fear of re-injuring my ankle.”

After a strong pre-season showing, Curry’s team extended his contract for an additional four years illustrating the confidence they have in his rehabilitated ankle. Curry has started every game of the 2012-13 pro basketball season thus far, playing more than 35 minutes per game. He is currently averaging over 17 points, 5 assists and 5 rebounds.