There are more than enough talented players in today’s up-and-coming NBA.
The league is getting younger every single year, and while some older stars are still playing at an elite level, time is almost up for some of them.
That’s not the case with Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry just yet, but he knows he’s edging closer to the sunset than to the sunrise of his career.
And recently, when asked during an appearance on “Gil’s Arena” about who’s going to pick up the slack and dominate the league once he’s long gone, he chose Dallas Mavericks star Luka Doncic.
Steph claimed that he hopes Luka doesn’t take over soon because he feels like the Warriors are still in a position to compete at the highest level, but he’s on the cusp of taking that step to the next level.
Doncic has drawn plenty of praise from his peers and colleagues ever since he made it to the league.
The way he dominates the game despite not being fast or athletic is remarkable, and he knows how to make the most of his body to dictate and take control of the tempo.
Doncic is young, but he came to the league with more experience than the average youngster, as he had been among professionals for years dating back to his days with Real Madrid.
But as good as he’s been, some believe it’s about time he takes another leap in his development, and now that the Mavericks have put together a solid roster around him, there will be no more room for excuses.NEXT: Grant Williams Claims He's The 'Real Batman' Over NFL Star