NBA great Steve Nash has revealed his belief that Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is the greatest shooter in NBA history.
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Curry continues to break records with his exploits, particularly from beyond the arc, and he is certainly now considered one of the best along with the likes of Reggie Miller and Ray Allen.
Many have previously insisted that he has not only established himself as the best of his generation, but he is quickly emerging as the best to ever step on a basketball court.
The Warriors star is leading his team into the NBA Finals this year against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and he is fresh from winning the MVP award in the regular season.
However, recognition and praise from the likes of Nash will certainly mean just as much to him, and the former Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers veteran is not shy in making his statement.
“Steph takes it to another level,” Nash said, according to Bleacher Report.
“I was able to do it going left and right, and we can both do it at speed, but I was always trying to get to the three-point line. He can do it from deeper and, frankly, I never took a step-back. He has no trouble taking a step-back and making it. You add that to all the other shots. It could be a clincher in this game of deciding who’s the best.”
The scary part is that Curry is still just 27 years old, and with so much time ahead he will be making records that may potentially never be broken.
Nevertheless, as big as the individual accolades are, he will ultimately be defined by what he achieves with the Warriors and he will be desperate to add a championship to his collection this year.