Scottie Pippen: Stephen Curry Is Not Dominant, He Isn’t Even The Best Warrior (VIDEO)
On Tuesday’s edition of ESPN’s “The Jump,” Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen had some interesting comments regarding two-time MVP Stephen Curry.
Pippen, a six-time NBA champ and seven-time All-Star, called Curry “a great player,” but stopped short of calling him “dominant.”
He added to those comments by stating Steph is neither the best player in The Finals nor the best player on his own team.
While LeBron James and Kevin Durant have a huge presence in this upcoming Finals, most are seemingly forgetting what Steph did just two seasons ago.
“In 2014-15, Curry shattered his own league record for 3-pointers in a single season, knocking down 402 threes in 79 games. With just eight NBA seasons to his name, Curry already sits 10th all time in 3-pointers made and third all time in 3-point percentage (43.7).”