Though Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry was an NBA superstar, he still missed out on a major honor before winning the Finals as MVP last season. It was something analysts consistently highlighted as the missing piece from an already impressive resume.
That all changed after the Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics for the 2022 championship. Speaking to VladTV, former NBA player Glen Davis said Curry should now be considered one of the greatest of all time.
“The man can win league MVP, he can do all of those things, break all kinds of records, but if he doesn’t get that Finals MVP, he’s not considered (Michael) Jordan, he’s not considered Magic Johnson — you know you what i mean? Because, think about it, that’s the only thing that kept him out of the conversation.”
Curry dazzled fans with his skills on the basketball court and changed the way the game was played. One of the deadliest basketball shooters of all time, he still has fans on the edge of their seats as he steps onto the court.
Steph Curry continues to climb the all-time NBA ranks
Steph Curry has built an impressive track record of achievements. The 34-year-old guard has shown no signs of slowing down and appears to be showing plenty of elite play yet.
Curry and the Golden State Warriors have had a spectacular season. The team now has a chance to defend their title as most of the squad will return for next season.
Curry averaged 31.2 points, 6.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game in the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics. After finally being named Finals MVP, he can continue his rise as one of the greats. He was also MVPl of the Western Conference Finals.
With one of the most impressive squads in the league, it’s not out of the question to think Curry could add to his four-league tally.
Last season, Curry averaged 25.5 ppg, 5.2 rpg, and 6.3 apg while shooting 43.7%, including 38.0% from 3-point range.
Curry is a two-time MVP and eight-time All-Star. As the NBA’s career 3-point leader, he led the league with two goals and steals in 2015-16. He was named to the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Team.
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