Why Steph Curry might be the best offensive player ever | Greatest Peaks Ep. 15

Why Steph Curry might be the best offensive player ever | Greatest Peaks Ep. 15

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Steph Curry is widely considered the greatest shooter in NBA history...but was there more to his game than shooting? What was his "gravity" and how valuable was it? Was he really a bad defender? And did his unique combination of impossible skill make him the best offensive player in league history?

This is the 15th episode in a series on the greatest peaks in NBA history (focusing on 1977-2020), featuring detailed scouting reports and film breakdown on the best players in NBA history at their best, along with analysis of their impact using historical data & stats to size up the highest peaking players ever.


Book: https://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Basketball-Ben-Taylor/dp/1532968175
Podcast: https://player.fm/series/thinking-basketball or at https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/ben-taylor/thinking-basketball-podcast
Website: https://www.backpicks.com
Twitter: @elgee35

Ben Taylor is the author of Thinking Basketball, a Nylon Calculus contributor, creator of the Backpicks Top 40 series & host of the Thinking Basketball podcast.

Stats courtesy:
http://www.pbpstats.com @bballport

For more, see the Thinking Basketball stats series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtzZl14BrKjTJZdubjNEY5jU0fGOiy51x
Footage in this video is owned by the NBA and its partners. It is intended for critique and education.

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