Stephen Curry has taken the league by storm since his debut back in 2009. Over his 11-year career, he's got 7 All-Star appearances, 6 All-NBA selections, 3 NBA Championships, and 2 NBA MVPs to his name.
Even now, when watching Steph go to work is like an ordinary day, we can't help but awe at his sheer talent and abilities. In a chat with reporters, Heta coach Erik Spoelstra lauded Steph's talent, citing his conditioning level as a massively underrated aspect of his game.
“What a nightmare, isn't he?" the Heat's coach told reporters. "I mean, what do you do? His level of skill. His conditioning level is probably the thing that doesn't get talked about enough. He's constantly on the move. He never stands still.
He can do it with the ball [or] without the ball. Just a remarkably skilled basketball player."
Indeed, Steph is just a privilege to watch. Whether it's his shooting, ball handling, or court vision, his game is truly at an extraordinary level.
The question for him now is whether or not he can still lead the Warriors to a title. SO far, injuries and player movement have gotten in the way, but so long as Steph is still Steph, it seems like the Dubs will always have a chance.
He's just that good.