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“Steph Curry Is a Fun Show but Cannot Elevate the Performance of Teammates” Opines Expert NBA Analyst

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Steph Curry has achieved many records throughout his 12 years of NBA Career and is considered one of the top players in recent titles. However, Fox Sports Radio’s analyst Jason Smith thinks Curry is an overrated NBA player.

Curry started his NBA career in 2009, but the polish to this Warrior occurred after 2010. The Golden Boy is one of the two “Splash Brothers,” and he is a two-time MVP winner. Besides, he is a 3-time NBA champion and has two other finals appearances. Currently, Curry is the single greatest shooter in the history of the NBA.

Furthermore, he has been phenomenal for the last three seasons. Despite all these records and achievements, Smith indicated Steph as an overrated player in the league. “If he is all-time great, why aren’t the Warriors better than 500? Why would terrible last year until he got hurt?” the analyst questioned Curry’s contribution to the team.

Further, Jason thinks the 33-year-old point guard plays for himself only; he doesn’t play for the team. “Steph Curry is not a guy that can elevate his team. He needs help, so if he is all-time great, why does he need help,” Smith opposed Curry’s greatness.

Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors handles the ball against Joel Embiid #21

PHILADELPHIA, PA – APRIL 19: Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors handles the ball against Joel Embiid #21. Getty Images

While the Golden Boy is the greatest shooter of all time, he has also been blessed with a great team that is surrounded by top players such as Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Kevin Durant. Curry gets help from Klay and Draymond to defend the opposing team’s best players. These players have been pushing Curry’s career. Considering the facts and Jason Smith’s presentation, it is debatable whether Curry plays for himself or the team.  


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