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Dwyane Wade And Tiger Woods Talking About Steph Curry: "There's No Way Them Shots Is Going In. And They Be Cash!"

Dwyane Wade And Tiger Woods Talking About Steph Curry: "There's No Way Them Shots Is Going In. And They Be Cash!"

Steph Curry is the greatest shooter of all time. At this point, there can be no debating this statement. But despite this fact, Steph Curry's play ceases to amaze fans of the NBA. His incredible scoring is just absolutely astonishing, and not many players have been able to stop him.

Curry has had an incredible career in the NBA over the last 12 years. He's won 3 NBA championships, 2 regular-season MVPs, including the only unanimous MVP in NBA history. On top of that, he is a perennial All-Star and has easily established himself as one of the best players in the NBA.

But it isn't just fans that are enthralled by Steph Curry's play. Fellow players and athletes from different fields are also taken aback by Curry's ability to make the toughest of shots look simple.

Dwyane Wade and Tiger Woods once played golf together and spoke about Steph Curry during this session. Wade mentioned that despite all the time he had spent in the league, everything that Steph Curry was doing was unbelievable. Wade couldn't believe how Steph could make all his shots so easily.

“I don’t know about you. You’ve been watching basketball for a long time. I’ve been playing and watching for a long time. But the stuff I see Steph Curry do, I’d be like there’s no way. There’s no way them shots are going in and they’d be cash. I mean, how? I’d be like how? But in my mind, I’m like it doesn’t really make sense. The fact that he can shoot like that and them is what we would call bad shots.”

Curry's shooting prowess showed teams that they can build a solid offense around three-point shooting. Since then, several teams have made perimeter scoring a massive priority, bringing in players who specialize in that field.

Curry is credited greatly with changing the NBA. Since Curry's arrival, the NBA has moved in a different direction, and shifted its focus to scoring more three-pointers. Curry's exploits when it comes to shooting is one of the biggest factors for that change.