Does Stephen Curry Represent The Future Of The Golden State Warriors?

March 29th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
There is no question that this NBA season has been disappointing for the Golden State Warriors and their fans, but in the clouds of 2009-10, the Warriors may have found the player capable of leading them into the future.

Rookie point guard Stephen Curry has performed well above expectations and in a season marked by turmoil, has proved to be the Warriors' most consistent and talented player.

Some may scoff at this notion since teammate Monta Ellis gets most of the credit as Golden State's top player, but where the game of Ellis is limited, Curry excels and is only getting better.

Curry will inevitably be compared to Steve Nash due to their similar size, build, and shooting ability, but Curry excels in the area of defense, and this is the one caveat which may propel him past Nash as a player.

Coach Nelson has made the same comparison, and as notorious as he is for his unwillingness to play rookies, there is no way he has been able to resign Curry to the bench.

Curry is winding down an excellent rookie season which witnessed him average 16 points per game to go along with five assists and five rebounds, while shooting 4 ...

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