Three years after authoring one of the greatest seasons in NBA history, Stephen Curry has somehow gotten better and the league should be terrified
Through nine games, Stephen Curry is on pace to top his 2015-16 MVP season, considered one of the best offensive seasons in NBA history.
Curry is scoring more points, more efficiently than ever, and seems to have even more mastery on the offensive end.
Few people thought Curry could win another MVP playing alongside Kevin Durant, but his play so far has made it possible.
It’s debatable if Curry is the best overall player on the Warriors, but he’s their most important, and if he continues to dominate like this, the league should be terrified of Golden State.
In the 2015-16 season, Stephen Curry rose to new heights with one of the greatest individual seasons in NBA history, for a Golden State Warriors team that had the best regular season in NBA history in going 73-9.
Curry averaged 30 points per game on 52% shooting, 44% from three, with 5 rebounds and nearly 7 assists per game, taking home his second straight MVP award and the first-ever unanimous MVP.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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