Stephen Curry (GSW) “Steph” | “Chef Curry” under armour

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(Isaiah J. Downing/USA TODAY Sports)

Profile:

GSW Point Guard: 6’3, 190 lbs; 9th year, Davidson

NBA Role: offensive superstar DIFF. BREED

A 2x MVP & 2-TIME NBA Champ, Steph Curry is unique a talent you’ll ever see; a captivating, yet humble superstar with an other-worldly mixture of elite shooting & playmaking abilities, Curry has taken the NBA by storm w/ each engaging performance and ridiculous, long-range missile; have we ever seen anyone go from semi-star to global phenom this quickly?* – Steph’s meteoric rise has been spectacular; improved defender (still needs a lotta work off-ball, however) – head of the snake for the Dubs’ stingy D; has earned the right to do whatever he wants on the court – if Steph wants to launch an off-the-dribble 30-footer, he will – the old adage, “can’t stop him, only hope to contain him” has never been so true; incredibly confident on the floor: slick handle (ball on a string), lefty cross-court passes, scorching-hot heat check Js (from 30 & beyond) and scoop layups highlight Curry’s crazy attack; Steph needs his own highlights wing – everything is awe worthy (anybody else who dares to take a shot like this would be suspended for insubordination); though only in his 9th year, it’s not too early to deem Steph the best shooter of all-time

*one who was written off as someone who might not even be able to compete in the NBA? Nope.

Signature Shot: ‘from the parking lot’

(*factory setting*) NBA 2K17 Rating: 94

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Career: 22.8 points/game, 6.8 assists/game, 48% FG , 44% 3FG

NBA Champion (2015) LOB

2x NBA MVP (’15, ’16)

4x All-Star (’14-’17) starstarstarstar

2x All-NBA 1st Team (’15, ’16)

1x Scoring Champ (2016)

50-40-90 club member (2016 inductee)


More on “Steph”

  • “85 percent?” – Ha-ha! Curry strikes again – this time, a triumphant return in POR  (via FreeDawkins; May 2016):

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