Steph Curry Is Nice, But He's Not Michael Jordan Nice

Steph Curry Is Nice, But He’s Not Michael Jordan Nice

Denver Nuggets v Golden State Warriors
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First off, let’s commend the Golden State Warriors for their epic play as of late. They have decimated their opponents with relative ease because of their shooting prowess and stifling defensive approach. Steph Curry? The boy has been unreal. The reigning MVP has trumped his contemporaries with his immaculate shooting. With the Warriors on the brink of making history by winning their first 16 games – if they defeat the lowly Lakers Tuesday night – the question of immortality lingers. Can this team topple Michael Jordan’s 96 Bulls? [ad type=’inarticle1′] Thus far, Curry is averaging 32.7 points a game. That’s well above his season-average of last year, which was 23 points. With his team sitting at 15-0 and matching the best start in NBA history, a lot of people have clamored for Curry doubling up and earning a second MVP. [ad type=’inarticle2′] [continueReading]

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