The Warriors and Stephen Curry have come out dominating the competition in the first games of the NBA season. It is easy to tell that they are not satisfied with winning just one NBA Finals. The Warriors unlike other NBA teams, do not take the first couple games of the season. On opening night, after having the ring ceremony from winning the NBA Finals, the Warriors just annihilated the New Orleans Pelicans 111-95. Usually, the Finals winner and stars of the league take games off because they already worked for what they have but not this team. They continue to have complete dominance over teams. Stephen Curry has been leading this team to their victories easily.
After winning the NBA Finals and being named MVP of the 2014-15 season, Stephen Curry still seems to amaze the world. Curry has scored 146 points in just 4 games of the season. Curry has been playing exceptionally well and there could be another chance at the NBA Finals this year. In the first game of the season Curry came out firing to end the game with 40 points. It is amazing to see how he stayed humble through the whole season and still is after all his success. The world needs to give this man some credit for being professional about his job and success. Curry also had a high scoring game against the Memphis Grizzlies with a score of 53 points.
Wardell Stephen Curry II also known as “Steph” is currently a professional basketball player who born in Ohio but lived most of his life in North Carolina. After high school, he enrolled at Davidson College where he got much exposure for his impressive play. From his capabilities and talents, he was drafted to the Golden State Warriors in 2009. In his first year, he averaged 22 points per game after the All Star break and was ranked second for the Rookie of the Year Award.
That was 5 years ago. Since then Curry went from almost winning the Rookie Award to winning the NBA Finals and receiving the MVP of the league. Curry showed what he was capable especially in the playoffs plus in the Finals. Steph is a young healthy player that fought his way through a hard season to play against one of the greatest in the league, LeBron James in the 2014-15 NBA Finals. Be sure to keep checking him out throughout the year. Greatness is in session.