Steph Curry is certainly one of the top players for the Golden State Warriors and has been touted as one of the best basketball players to have ever stepped foot inside a basketball court. Many consider him the greatest shooter of all time. It seems an NBA analyst has an interesting take on him.
Last season, Curry was nothing short of incredible as he kept on breaking records left and right. Curry previously shattered a record held by legends such as Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
Curry previously had the highest single-quarter scoring average that any NBA player has posted in any quarter for the last 30 years. In addition to that, he also broke Ray Allen’s record of all-time three-pointers.
While speaking on his Bill Simmons Podcast, The Ringer’s Bill Simmons talked about the difference in skills seen in The Golden State Warriors and especially with Steph Curry. Simmons stated that Curry is out for revenge after two straight disappointing seasons, while mentioning the Warriors’ win against The Brooklyn Nets.
Here’s when I knew. The end of the Brooklyn game. Not the Brooklyn game, because you can go in and beat anybody. Their ‘f**k you’ came back in the Brooklyn game. They kept [Steph] Curry in for the extra two minutes so that he can get the ninth three, and I was like ‘oh, we’re at this stage already. The ‘f**k you’ Warriors are back.’ I just thought they were good.
They start filing that s**t away, and they’re going to go through — and I guarantee Draymond [Green] and Steph remember every moment from the last two years where somebody poured it on, somebody said something,” Simmons said. “I do think this is what’s going to happen if this team stays healthy. It’s going to be the Denzel [Washington] Man on Fire settling your scores portion of the season. I felt it in that Brooklyn game.”
Even Kevin Durant stated that Steph Curry is playing at an MVP level this season. The sky’s the limit for Steph Curry as he has a world of momentum behind him and it is likely he will be breaking more records at the rate Curry is going.
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