“I’m not afraid of failure. I like to take risks & take the big shot.”
Steph Curry

Steph Curry led the Golden State Warriors to their first NBA Championship in 40 years, last season. Curry is a 6’3″ point guard who is 27 years old. The Warriors drafted him in the first round(seventh overall pick) of the 2009 Draft. Curry was an All-American at Davidson where he averaged 28.6 points per game as a senior and led the Nation in scoring. Steph Curry is a three-time NBA All-Star who was the League’s Most Valuable Player last season.

Steph Curry is the best pure shooter I ever have seen. He was a very good player his first few years in the NBA and now he is a superstar. When Steve Kerr became the Warriors coach last season, the team began to play at a faster pace and that gave Curry more freedom to shoot, and the results have been incredible! Here is a quick stat – Game 5 vs. Memphis in the playoffs last season, Steph hit six three pointers and made six steals. Steph Curry leads the NBA in scoring, averaging 29.8 points per game. Having a great scorer does not necessarily mean a team will win a Championship. The Warriors are going to be very tough to beat again, this year. The Warriors are an astounding 48-4 at the All-Star break and have a good shot at bettering the Chicago Bulls 72-10 mark which was set during the Michael Jordan era. The Warriors put on a clinic night after night with their terrific ball movement. It is a joy to watch that. Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors were amazing last season, and they wasted no time picking up where they left off when this season began.

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