It’s actually a perfect analogy, because every breath-taking pull up three, pogo-stick jumper or insane stepback is intended to make the opposition quit.
Before Curry unloaded 44 points in the Warriors’ 112-109 win over the Toronto Raptors on Saturday to remain undefeated — Bogut talked to reporters about that spurt Steph goes on — where he just tries to crush a teams spirit.
“It’s usually a two- or three-minute spurt,” Bogut said. “It’s not like Steph’s dribbling down and shooting parking-lot 3s all game. He can sense when it’s [time], he’ll move the ball early on usually, he’ll find a sense that he can break the game, just destroy the other team’s soul and that’s what he goes for. Same as Klay.”
It’s crazy to think that the reigning MVP could win Most Improved Player as well, with his tremendous growth as a passer and defender — aka the “Soul Destroyer.”