"If I've got a guy who's great shooting the ball outside, don't you want to extend your defense out a little bit?" said the 77-year-old. "I just don't think coaches today in basketball understand the game of basketball. They don't know anything about defenses. They don't know what people are doing on the court. They talk about analytical basketball and stuff like that."Robinson continued to take digs at the game and Curry by saying the following: "He's shot well because of what's going on in basketball today," Robertson said. "In basketball today, it's almost like if you can dunk or make a three-point shot, you're the greatest thing since sliced bread. After hearing about Oscar's scathing comments, Steph decided to finally clap back at his detractors.Steph Curry has usurped the throne of being the greatest shooter of all-time over the past few years because of his indomitable play. Look up marksman in the dictionary, and you'll see a picture of Stephen Curry hoisting up a three from 40 feet as if he was partaking in target practice. His success has been something to marvel at. His playful demeanor intertwined with his boyish features has made him America's darling. He can't do anything wrong in the eyes of the American people. As for NBA legends, he's walking on a very tight rope.Oscar Robinson — who ostensibly created the triple double because of his endless ability to score, rebound, and pass — was critical of Curry. During an interview with ESPN's Mike & Mike, Robinson called out today's coaches for their lame duck approach on defending Curry.