Veteran Andre Iguodala, four-time NBA champion at the Golden State Warriors, praised Stephen Curry and stated in all letters that his teammates were the greatest point guards of all time.
“Steph was huge for our team. I think he still saw his career today and integrated himself as the best point guard ever. So you’re his size (5′ 8 “) has dominated such a league and has never seen a man who puts all the weight on his shoulders during a series of finals. So he was just great. Similarly, we have not been able to assess this unique talent, the talent of generations. We are very close to them, but we are not grateful to them. When Steph retires, he forgets his impact on the whole world, not just the Warriors and the NBA. “
At the age of 34, Curry made a difference in the final against the Boston Celtics. With an average of 31.2 points, 6.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 2.0 steals, he led the Warriors to his fourth franchise victory in the last eight years. In addition, he used almost 44% of the three pointers. Therefore, to be fair, he was unanimously elected as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the 2022 Finals.
Therefore, in his resume, Curry has four NBA championship rings, plus two regular season MVP awards (2015 and 2016), and eight selections. All-star game, 4 elections for the ideal team (and another 3 elections for the second team), two titles in a three-point tournament, two league baskets, and two worlds with a US team champion. Therefore, he was on the list of the 75 best players in NBA history.
Andre Iguodala praises the Warriors’ Big 3
Andre Iguodala, the 2015 final MVP, also talked about the impact of the Warriors’ all-star trio Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green on the recent success of the franchise.
“What they did in this league, and the foundation they managed to build in this franchise … you have to give them a lot of credit, guys. 100 years from now, you’re in the NBA. Talk about some of the best players and teams, and these three guys created a model of how to build a team with a champion pedigree. “
Finally, it’s worth saying that the 2021/22 season should mark the end of Iguodala’s career. The league’s 18-year veteran, Wing, definitely has a case in the Basketball Hall of Fame. After all, he has four championship rings. The Finals MVP Trophy was an All-Star (2012) and was elected to the Ideal Defensive Team (2014). In addition, Iguodala was the World Champion of the US National Team (2010) and the Olympic Games (2012).
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