Steph Curry entered the league with shooting as his primary skill. The Golden State Warriors drafted the Baby-Faced Assassin without knowing that he’d be one of the greatest players to ever play in the NBA.
Steph Curry’s influence in basketball is seen on a global scale. During pickups, little league tournaments and Pro-Am games, players right now aren’t shy in shooting from near halfcourt. Today, players are more focused on working on their shooting than any other skill. Even NBA bigs have added consistent outside shots, making them more lethal on the offensive side.
Steph Curry has changed the way the game has been played. He led in transforming the Warriors into legitimate contenders. It will be a bittersweet moment for basketball fans when Father Time finally catches up to Curry.
ESPN’s Marc J. Spears perfectly sums up what it would be like to see the four-time champion’s last moments with an NBA jersey.
Speaking about Curry’s status with the Golden State Warriors, Spears said:
Even though Steph Curry still has a lot left in the tank, it would be great to see him appreciated right now.
To be eligible for the Hall of Fame, one must have a great list of awards and accomplishments. Also, if an athlete has revolutionized the sport, his case for making it to the Hall of Fame is even greater.
Looking at Curry’s accomplishments, it’s well decorated. From MVPs to championships and All-Star selections, he has it covered. Curry is a two-time MVP, four-time champion, eight-time All-Star, the first Western Conference MVP and an eight-time All-NBA. It’s a testament to how great a player he is. Additionally, he’s the all-time leader in three-pointers made, and it looks like he’s not done yet.
Curry also holds the record for having the most three-pointers made per game at 3.7. He set the record for having the most three-pointers made in a single season with 402 back in the 2015-16 season. He also holds the record for having the most three-pointers made in the NBA Finals.
Retirement won’t happen anytime soon for Steph Curry. But with his stacked resume, the superstar deserves to be inducted into the Hall of Fame immediately.


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