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Young Basketball Player In China Is Dubbed 'Lil Steph Curry' After His Game Footage Goes Viral

Young Basketball Player In China Is Dubbed 'Lil Steph Curry' After His Game Footage Goes Viral

Steph Curry is a true phenomenon in the NBA. Curry is one of the biggest reasons why the NBA saw a drastic transformation over the last few years. 

The former 2-time MVP came into the NBA in 2009 and immediately began to make an impact. With his incredible three-point shooting, Curry established himself as a superstar in the league.

Curry formed an incredible partnership with Klay Thompson, as the two players established themselves as the two best pure shooters in the league. 

Because of their incredible chemistry and success shooting the ball from beyond the arc, Steph and Klay became the cornerstones of the Warriors franchise that went on to win 3 NBA championships in 4 years. 

To many fans and analysts, Steph Curry is the greater shooter in the history of the NBA. And few could put up an argument that would deny that claim. 

Because of Curry's incredible success from the three-point line, franchises in the NBA have become more focused on shooting from beyond.

Steph is also considered one of the faces of the NBA, along with LeBron James, and Kevin Durant. The three players are the biggest names in the league and are the cornerstones of their respective franchises. 

Steph has one of the most unique styles of play in the history of the NBA. And no one has come close to emulating that style. But a young player in China may be the first to do so.

Footage of a young basketball player in China has gone viral for the incredible similarities he has to Steph Curry. His style of play and overall game bears a striking similarity to how Curry plays the game.

Many fans have now dubbed the young player 'Lil Steph Curry'. Footage like this from all over the world just showcases how significant Curry's impact on basketball is truly magnificent and. 

Steph's influence on the game is unmatched, so much so that young basketball players are emulating the 'chef's' game. But perhaps no young player is doing that better than the one in China.