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Sport Stephen Curry calls out Michael Jordan for being a ‘hater’

18:15  12 november  2019
18:15  12 november  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

Warriors star Stephen Curry breaks left hand on hard fall

  Warriors star Stephen Curry breaks left hand on hard fall SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Warriors star Stephen Curry broke his left hand on a hard fall in the third quarter of Golden State's game against the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night. The two-time MVP drove to his left defended by Kelly Oubre Jr. and with big man Aron Baynes standing solidly in the paint. Curry leapt with the ball then came down head first landing awkwardly on his hands to brace himself from the court, with Baynes crashing onto Curry'sThe two-time MVP drove to his left defended by Kelly Oubre Jr. and with big man Aron Baynes standing solidly in the paint. Curry leapt with the ball then came down head first landing awkwardly on his hands to brace himself from the court, with Baynes crashing onto Curry's left hand.

Stephen Curry had something to say about Michael Jordan 's "not a Hall of Famer yet" comment.

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Michael Jordan made headlines recently when he said Stephen Curry has not earned a spot in the Basketball Hall of Fame with his current body of work, and the Golden State Warriors star obviously took note.

Stephen Curry in a blue shirt © Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports

During a recent interview with the “Full Size Run” show for sneaker magazine Sole Collector, Curry was asked if he has ever autographed a pair of shoes and sent them to a hater. The two-time NBA MVP said he has not done that yet, but he joked that he “might have to send some to MJ.”

Jordan has said in the past that the four teammates he would take if he could form his ideal starting five would be Magic Johnson, Hakeem Olajuwon, James Worthy and Scottie Pippen. He was asked during an appearance on “Today” recently if that still stands, and NBC’s Craig Melvin brought up Curry. Jordan called Curry a “great player” but said he is not a Hall of Famer just yet.

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While the opinion of arguably the greatest NBA player of all time is certainly noteworthy, most people disagree with Jordan. Curry has already won three championships, made six All-Star teams and been named league MVP twice. He’s also the greatest shooter in basketball history and has revolutionized the way the game is played. He would not have to play another minute to earn a spot in the Hall of Fame.

Steph Curry seems to have added Michael Jordan to his list of haters

  Steph Curry seems to have added Michael Jordan to his list of haters M.J. may have made an enemy.

Stephen curry is better because curry is a beast at three pointers and layups. My definition leaves out genetic imbalances in athleticism, height, speed, etc, because these Obviously, Michael Jordan has a ridiculous advantage over Steph Curry in all these categories so there's no comparison there.

Curry is somehow scoring more frequently and more efficiently than anyone in the modern era. We've acknowledged that Stephen Curry is probably the best shooter of all-time. Check out the top 10 True Shooting Percentages for a player who averaged at least 20 FGAs per game.

Of course, Jordan has a history of trying to knock great players down a peg. That could be his way of trying to motivate them, or it might be a means of preserving his own legacy against any potential threat to the throne.

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Stephen Curry’s Unanimous Media production banner, John Legend’s Get Lifted Film Co. and Sony Pictures are teaming up for the sports drama “Signing Day.” The project, which has tapped screenwriter Adam Hoff, marks one of the first films to be put into development under the NBA superstar’s first-look deal with the studio, which he signed last year.© Rex/ShutterstockThe pic — in the vein of “Jerry Maguire” — follows an extremely driven sports agent trying desperately to sign a young, coveted basketball star as her client. In her desperation and determination, she considers resorting to illegal and unethical means to book the client.

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