Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry Is the Best Player in the NBA

November 20th, 2015 by Chazz Scogna Leave a reply »

After the first month of the NBA season and a 13-0 start for the Golden State Warriors, it's time we all admit Stephen Curry is the best player in the NBA.

LeBron James fans—myself included—should step aside for the Chef ("Cheph" patent still pending). It's not a bad thing to relinquish James' top spot. It's merely respect for the hottest player in the league.

(To clarify: the greatest player in the league is James, but right now, Curry is the best.)

If something happens once, it's a fluke. If it happens twice, it's a trend and if it happens three times, then it's a pattern. And that's a microcosm of Curry's ascension to becoming the top player in the league. Curry started off as a hot shooter, turned into one of the game's best shooters and eventually turned into one of the best shooters ever, all while developing a gorgeous handle with an ability to pass and finish at the rim. This all happened in three years—oh, and add in an MVP and championship.

A quick stats comparison between James and Curry:

Curry's 34.2 points per game would be the highest since ...

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