Stephen Curry is already one of the most honored players in NBA history and although he’s made very impressive things during his career, the Golden State Warriors superstar isn’t ready to stop and wants to get better every single season.
On Sunday, he demonstrated he’s still one of the best players in the world and the greatest shooter of all time, winning his second 3-point contest after dramatically beating Mike Conley. The point guard has exceeded the expectations and now is one of the best ballers on earth but he made it very clear that he’s not stopping there. This season hasn’t been easy for the Warriors but Steph is the main reason why they’re still competing for a playoffs spot.
Talking about his motivation and what he has to accomplish, Curry said that he still feels challenged to do a lot of things for himself, but he made it clear he has nothing left to prove to anybody. He’s a three-time NBA champion, two-time MVP (including the only unanimous one), and more.
“I have a lot to accomplish, but nothing to prove. There’s a subtle little difference there.”
Stephen Curry, on what drives him and motivates him that he wants to try to accomplish: “I have a lot to accomplish, but nothing to prove. There’s a subtle little difference there.”
Steph keeps improving his level and the Warriors need this man to reach the stage they want to reach. He’s ready to help his team this season and the second half of the season could be the perfect opportunity for him to confirm he’s not washed and can carry his squad to the postseason.
We are in front of one of the best 20 players in NBA history and he has a big desire to continue improving and keep playing at the highest level for several years to come.