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Stephen Curry Credits Davidson Coach McKillop for His Assasin Like Play-Mentality

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Ever since 2009, Stephen Curry has risen to be one of the greatest talents the NBA has ever seen. However, the name of Curry was doing the rounds in the world of Basketball for a year before his NBA debut.

Steph played for the Davidson Wildcats in his college days. According to him, this is where he learned the tips and tricks of the game before stepping onto the professional league. He credits his coach, Bob McKillop, for teaching him the way to excel at the sport he loves.

The Davidson Wildcats recently posted a picture of Curry with his former coach. In that post, Curry said, “It came from him. He also taught me the next-play mentality. My first game as a freshman, I had 13 turnovers, and he left out there to work through it.”

He continued, “That was the first time I heard that term. I just can’t get it out of my head. It is a lifestyle. You make mistakes, keep it moving, keep your confidence, never doubt yourself. You just gotta figure it out.

Chef Curry set the record for most threes in a single NCAA season with 162 shots from behind the arc. Furthermore, even before coming to the league, Curry had a reputation as a fantastic shooter. Additionally, Some critics and analysts even called him the second coming of Ray Allen. However, as we all know, Curry surpassed Allen in becoming one of the greatest shooters in the history of the NBA.

This season, Curry has turned back the clock with performances worthy of winning the MVP award. In fact, Curry is near the top in the KIA MVP Ladder this season. The Golden State Warriors have relied heavily upon him, and he has not disappointed.


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