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Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are both the progeny of NBA players, but according to their dads, they're already better than they ever were.
No stupid Internet, Steph Curry is not an example of a modern day 'Oedipal Complex.'
The NBA is a family, a heartwarming reality exhibited by Steph Curry and Vince Carter after the Warriors beat the Grizzlies.
Steph Curry was named the NBA's Most Valuable Player today. In his acceptance speech, he thanked his family for their undying support.
Steph Curry takes "my dad could beat your dad" to a whole new level.
Right now, Stephen Curry is probably our pick for NBA MVP this season.
Stephen Curry (Lance Iversen, USATODAY) We're already on record as believing that this year's Three-Point Shootout field is the best ever assembled.
The 6-3, 185-pound point guard of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry, almost totally mirrors my own dimensions.
It's rare when you can have two extremely gifted shooters on your team.
Since the 1979-80 NBA season, the three-point line has been a part of the game.
By now, you're probably well aware of the NBA's "Encouragement" campaign, the latest iteration of Where Amazing Happens.
Who do you want your offense to run through with the game on the line? Counting down from 30th to 1st (one per team), I've ranked the League's go-to guys.
In front of an invitation-only crowd that included Kobe Bryant, Dell Curry, B.
After the success of Stephen Curry this season, and watching his flawless jumper that has been passed down from his pops (Dell Curry), this got us thinking: If there were a father/son 2-on-2 tournament with current NBA players and their former NBA dads, who would win.
Funny how the Celtics went from everybody's new favorite team (this side of the Lakers) two years ago, to the most hated team in the League today (this side of the Lakers).