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Former NBA player JJ Redick has bestowed the title of Clutch Player of the Year upon Golden State Warriors’ superstar, Steph Curry.

Redick, speaking on The Old Man & The Three podcast, highlighted Curry’s exceptional performance in clutch situations, emphasizing his ability to deliver when the pressure is at its peak.

“He’s got the most clutch time points. He’s shooting 50% from the field, and 45% from three… Just a phenomenal clutch time performer as always from [him],” Redick said, via ClutchPoints.

Despite being in his mid-30s, Curry has maintained his dominance in the league, consistently rising to the occasion for the Warriors.

Curry’s remarkable statistics during clutch moments speak volumes about his impact on the court, with the four-time NBA champion boasting the most clutch time points while maintaining impressive shooting percentages.

Curry finished the regular season averaging 26.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 5.1 assists in 32.7 minutes per game.