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Stephen Curry: The Players’ MVP

Reading Time: 3 minutesOne of the most exciting NBA regular seasons in recent memory has come to a close, smashing pretty much every expectation made before the start, and yet I still feel like I’ve been left with an empty feeling in my gut. Though many players have received their due credit and respect throughout the season, there is one man who hasn’t gotten nearly enough love: Wardell Stephen Curry, the Players’ MVP. LeBron was right. Ja Morant was right. Mark Jones was right. Curry is the MVP of the 2021 NBA regular season. Throughout this season, Steph averaged...

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Stephen Curry is the NBA’s Rightful MVP

Reading Time: 3 minutesStephen Curry has been playing some of the best basketball of his career this past season, and it’s as entertaining as it gets. Curry’s averages look very similar to his two MVP seasons in 2015 and 2016. Before diving into the talk of who deserves MVP, let’s take a minute to appreciate the sheer skill and entertainment this man brings to basketball. While his shooting is a spectacle to say the least, what truly makes him an elite NBA player is his activity, unselfishness, and IQ. If one was to pinpoint Curry for the entirety of...

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The Warriors Can’t Win Like This

Reading Time: 2 minutes Stephen Curry is a 2x MVP, 6x All-Star, 3x Champion, arguably the greatest shooter, one of the best off-ball, and the best complementary player of all time.If there is anything we have learned from years of basketball, it’s that every star needs players who complement their game to win at the highest level.Stephen Curry, the greatest off-ball player of all time is no exception to this rule.To get the most out of Stephen Curry, he needs playmakers, ball handlers, and shot creators who allow him to move off-ball and receive it in spots for him...

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Brooklyn Dominates In Opening Night Matchup Against Golden State

Reading Time: 2 minutesLast night NBA superstar Kevin Durant made his return to the court after tearing his achilles in the 2019 NBA Finals. Not only did Durant play his first game back from the achilles injury, but it was his first game playing with new all star point guard Kyrie Irving and as a Brooklyn Net. Right out of the gate, the Nets DOMINATED, and the ball movement was immaculate. It’s crazy how big of an impact Durant and Kyrie made right out of the gate. When many doubted that Durant wouldn’t be 100% himself because of the...

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What Klay Thompson’s Injury Means for the Warriors

Reading Time: 2 minutesWhen the news of Warriors guard Klay Thompson’s injury first broke, I knew it wasn’t going to be light. At first, reports said he was “going to miss some games,” but Klay doesn’t just “miss some games.” He has time and time again proven to be one of the toughest and most resilient players in the league. From the way he speaks about potentially career-altering injuries, to shooting free throws on a torn ACL and begging Steve Kerr to allow him to keep playing, Thompson has shown that his toughness is a gift. Hence, it will...

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