After watching Steph Curry’s amazing performance throughout the 2015 playoffs, I now understand why he was voted this season’s most valuable player. Last night, he surpassed Reggie Miller’s record of most 3-pointers in a single playoffs – and he did so much quicker than Reggie Miller did it.
Having said that, in my opinion, comparisons between him and Michael Jordan have to start being discussed. Sure, LeBron James is still one of the best players in the NBA right now. But, look out!
After Steph Curry’s performance this season, he has definitely proven worthy of one of the best players of all time. Certainly, he doesn’t have the rings to show for it – yet.
However, no one can argue the accomplishments he’s achieved this season – especially after beating Reggie Miller’s record. Miller is now a commentator on TNT. He hasn’t played since 2005.
Steph Curry has been playing in the NBA since 2009, and he is all ready one of the best players out there. His performance, this season, has helped the Golden State Warriors get into the NBA Playoffs, and they are now leading the Houston Rockets three games to none, and neither he nor the team show any signs of slowing down.
It may be early, but I’ll go ahead and make the prediction. I see Steph Curry leading the Warriors to their first championship since 1974-1975 season – and I see them doing it in no more than six games. He is on a roll, and he and his teammates have become juggernauts! Curry has become the next superstar in the game.
LeBron, move over.