Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors is the best outside shooter to ever touch a basketball, and after winning the NBA championship and NBA Finals MVP in 2022, he has been regarded as arguably one of the top-10 players of all time.
He has hit many big shots throughout his 14-year pro career, and he recently spoke with WIRED about which of those shots he considers the biggest.
Curry even included a shot he hit in another sport — a hole-in-one he nailed while playing golf.
⛳️ THE THREE-POINT KING WITH A HOLE-IN-ONE ⛳️@StephenCurry30 is just different.
— NBA (@NBA) July 15, 2023
He recently won the American Century Celebrity Golf Tournament, adding that honor to his impressive and growing resume.
On the basketball court, Curry is coming off another amazing season in which he averaged 29.4 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 6.3 assists a game while hitting 42.7 percent of his 3-point attempts.
However, his Warriors were inconsistent all season long, and they mysteriously had major problems winning games on the road.
Their defense, which had been arguably the biggest key to the four rings they had won during Curry’s career, had grown very porous away from Chase Center, and it led to them losing in the second round of the playoffs to the Los Angeles Lakers.
This coming season, they will have 38-year-old Chris Paul on their roster after getting rid of Jordan Poole in order to acquire him.
Paul will give them an interesting look, as he will take some of the workload off the 35-year-old Curry, and many are wondering how his slow-it-down, pound-the-ball offensive style will fit in with Golden State’s fast-moving, unselfish offense.NEXT: Warriors GM Says Trading For Chris Paul Was 'Easy'