If he already had a full trophy cabinet, Stephen Curry added a new line to his CV by being elected MVP of the last NBA finals. A distinction that also gives him more weight in the debate of the top 10 best players in history. However, the Golden State Warriors point guard doesn’t want to hear about it.
In the world of sport, debates about which are the best teams or the best players of all time are ubiquitous. And basketball is no exception to this rule. Regularly, top 10 appear, and if some players like LeBron James, Michael Jordan or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar are unanimous, others arouse much more discord. Stephen Curry in particular part of it.
Curry has an extensive track record
And at 34, Stephen Curry has a case to make in the debate of the top 10 greatest players of all time. Leader of the dynasty Golden State Warriorswho has won four titles in the last seven seasons, the point guard also has two trophies of MVP, including one won unanimously (2016). Outstanding shooter, the native ofAkron is also the player with the most three-point shots in the history of the NBA. If his talent is obviously no longer to be proven, some basketball fans…