When Stephen Curry entered the league, there was hardly anyone who believed in him to become one of the greatest players that the league has ever seen. Through his hard work and amazing skill set, Steph achieved that label and will unarguably go down as the best shooter to ever play in the league.
Apart from gathering individual accolades, Curry has helped the Golden State Warriors to become one of the most amazing teams of our generation. We are sure that every NBA fan of this generation remembers the dominance of the Warriors in the mid-2010s.
The Dubs went to five straight NBA Finals and won three of them. While Steph was certainly the primary superstar of the team, when the GSW added Kevin Durant to the team, he had to adjust to playing with another MVP caliber player on the same team.
The Warriors dynasty was so good that many even started to compare it to the 1996 Chicago Bulls team. Both teams were pretty amazing, but have you ever wondered who would win if they ever faced off against one another? Well, if we are to believe Steph he believed that the Warriors will come out on top.
Despite that, Curry still believes that the Bulls dynasty was a great team and MJ is still the greatest player of all time. He discussed the same in a recent interview with "The Players' Tribune."
"Any hoophead and anybody who watched that team know how great they were and how great he is. The greatest ever."
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As Curry explained in the interview, everyone is aware of the greatness of Michael Jordan and what he achieved with the Chicago Bulls.
So even if Curry believes that the Warriors dynasty might win the game against the Bulls dynasty, he still respects Mike and believes Jordan is the GOAT.