Steph Curry is chasing his fourth NBA championship this season. One of the best three-point shooters of all time is usually left out of the GOAT conversations, but his teammate Draymond Green says he is up there with the best.
According to him, Curry changed the way that the teams in the NBA are playing basketball — something that has not been achieved by other players regardless of how good they were.
Green also pointed at how much problems his superstar teammate causes for the opposing defenses with the way he plays.
“Steph’s an anomaly,” says the Warriors’ Draymond Green. “He’s an anomaly. He’s different than anything we’ve ever seen in this league. He’s not Allen Iverson. He’s not Isiah Thomas. He’s not Richard Hamilton. He’s not Ray Allen. He’s not Reggie Miller. He’s like some mix of all of those guys, and we’ve never seen anything like this before.”
“The whole NBA is playing a brand of basketball created by the ideology of Steph Curry,” Green says. “And you tell me that’s not dominance? You tell me that’s not sitting along the same lines of the greats? I’m sorry—no disrespect to other guards that have come before him—but the majority of guards don’t have an era that they defined the way that era of basketball was played.”