By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Back in 2016, Stephen Curry was a man on a mission, playing like a man on fire. His performance was unreal, averaging over 30 points a game. This propelled the Warriors to the NBA’s best all-time record, 73-9.
In what was a wild season, and an even wilder year, the Warriors finished one game short of the championship. A 3-1 lead was blown, as LeBron James led the Cavaliers to their only title. Much has changed, since then.
Stephen Curry is a man on a mission, once again, a season after Golden State was among the NBA’s worst teams. With Klay Thompson out for the season, the Warriors were expected to be bad, again, but this is a playoff team. To ensure this, Steph Curry is averaging 37 points per game, over the past five games, and dropped 32 points, in 32 minutes, to beat the Spurs, and Twitter is now calling him MVP.
Read the tweets about Stephen Curry below:
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