What we’re seeing from Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors right now has simply never been seen before. From an individual standpoint, Curry is doing things we’ve never seen before as well.
Curry can literally do anything offensively.
Whether it’s pulling up from nearly half-court, weaving his way through traffic for a floater or throwing a Steve Nash-esque pass. You name it and I’m sure Steph can do it.
The play of Curry has caused former NBA great and current Milwaukee Bucks head coach, Jason Kidd, to offer the highest praise you could give a basketball player.
Jason Kidd on Steph Curry: "He's this generation's Jordan. We all wanted to be like Mike, and children today will grow up seeing Steph."
— Rusty Simmons (@Rusty_SFChron) December 12, 2015
While their playing styles are much different, it’s easy to see where Kidd is going with this. You often hear how young players today in the NBA wanted to be like Mike and nowadays, you’ll see youngsters chucking up 30 foot threes in hopes of being like Curry one day.