Stephen Curry Top 10 Plays of 2014-2015 Season



Check out the Top 10 Plays of the Season for the 2015 NBA MVP, Stephen Curry.

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43 thoughts on “Stephen Curry Top 10 Plays of 2014-2015 Season”

  1. great player but the best in the league is still lebron and hes definitely not the GOAT u guys fucking forgetting MJ the only true greatest ever

  2. Honestly, I think he was better in this season compared to last year. I know he averaged 30+ a game but he did better things in this season than lasts. What I'm really focusing on was the finals. He had a more consistent finals in 2015 compared to 2016. He averaged more points, more efficient and he completely choked in the 2016 finals which made them lose. I also wish KD wasn't in the team so he can be the player he was 2 seasons ago and try to really redeem himself for his roller coaster ride in the finals 🙁

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