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Steph Curry; He Makes It Rain Everywhere

     Steph Curry has become the deadliest outside three-point shooter of a generation, if not historically. No matter where he is on the floor, when he lets it fly, it's a thing of beauty. That release and follow through, the sound of an all-net swish - it's basketball heaven. His handles are impressive as anyone's on the floor and he can get to the hoop as easy as anyone. When he gets to the free throw line it's game over. This season showcased he could put a team on his shoulders and elevate them all.

     Steph was the 7th overall pick taken by the Warriors. He's a three time NBA Champion winning in 15, 17, and 18. His game is transcendent and that's why he's won the MVP twice. He's a seven time All Star. Been named to the All NBA first team four times and the second team twice as well as a third team honor. He's a two time NBA scoring champ as well. 

     As all greats do,  Curry has gotten better in all aspects of the game each and every year. In some ways you can't even guard him. His ability to get his shot off so quickly is extremely impressive. Another athlete who has been loyal to the team that drafted him. He continues to cement his legacy as he climbs up the Warriors all time numbers.

     Curry is also not afraid to profess who he is. "People should know who I represent and why I am who I am, and that's because of my Lord and Savior." For any athlete to profess their faith is sometimes subjected to judgement. So kudos to him on that! 

     Steph is another one of those, if he comes to town your making sure you get to watch him face off versus your favorite team. We all remember the duel he and Jason Tatum had in the Garden this season on that Saturday night where we were reminded of his greatness as well as the greatness that JT offers . Curry will go down as the greatest three point shooter of all time and he only gets better with age. 
 

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