Steph Curry: Changing the NBA Game as we know it

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Before you even read this article, you are having flashbacks of Stephen Curry drilling a three and hitting his notorious “shimmy” all over your favorite team. You’re not alone, Curry has been setting the league on fire ever since he stepped on an NBA court, breaking record after record from three point range.

Last night, Curry broke another record- MOST 3 POINTERS MADE IN A FINALS GAME (9) Breaking Ray Allen’s record that he set with the Boston Celtics in 2010

Curry has been a man on a mission this finals, vying for his third championship in three years and his first finals MVP. Winning the title this year would also be the third win in the finals over consensus player of our generation in LeBron James (Sorry, Kobe). He is averaging 31 points per game through 2 games to go along with 8.5 assists and 6.5 rebounds to lead the Warriors to a 2-0 series lead. This is coming in a postseason in which Curry has been magnified and looked upon after suffering an MCL injury late in the season and having to come back from yet another injury in the playoffs. He has been scrutinized in past playoffs for not playing up to his level of the regular season in the post season but that is just the media pushing a bad storyline. He has averaged close to or over his scoring average in the regular season in the post season. In fact, during his first championship run, HE should have won Finals MVP over Iggy. Now one can see the arguments for Iggy, as they series shifted when he was inserted into the starting lineup. but Curry was, and still is, the spark that runs the Golden State Warriors. He averaged 26 points per game in a 6 game series and hit a record 25 3’s in the series, beating out Danny Green of the Spurs a year prior in 2014. With his 16 in two games this Finals, it almost seems inevitable that he will break his own record. Curry has changed the game on his own, before he came into the league, pulling up from 30 feet was never a good shot, but suddenly now when he does it, we don’t even blink an eye. The Splash Brothers will ultimately go down as the two best shooters to ever do it, and it all started with Stephen Curry, the little skinny kid from Davidson University, and Charlotte, North Carolina.

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