hellkiller wrote: xbay wrote:
I doubt they do that unless it's an amazingly great offer. They're stupid, but they're not that stupid. Plus, these guys are drafting, signing, and trading for the new owner this summer... if they play around with stupid offers before the new owner comes in and cleans house, there will be hell to pay.
yea if offer involved lebron or wade, then do it, but the way curry is playing right now really resemble nash
Curry- shoot 3, greater passer and a great leadership skill for a rookie
im not sure about this but didn't Nash took like a year to to develop his skill?
Not sure, but the way he's playing right now didn't start 'til he went to Phoenix. In his Dallas days, he was good, but not great. He was someone to respect, but not the bonafied MVP star he became when he came to the Suns. How that has relevance to what I'm about to say is nothing. Just wanted to point that out.
Anyways, the thing with Curry is that he keeps getting better every month. He was playing NOTHING like this at the beginning of the season. To be fair, he wasn't starting at the beginning, but you can definitely see the difference as months past. The kid plays calm and is very mature... like how Brandon Roy was when he entered the league. When Roy was out there, you sometimes forget he was still a rookie at the time. Same thing with Steph. He's open to learning and always listens. I think that's why he started to get more aggressive going to basket after watching Monta and Maggette do it so much.
Honestly, I think Curry will be the better between him and Tyreke Evans. But that's no knock on Evans, cause he will be a great pro. It's just a matter of surrounding Curry with the right talent to have him succeed. That's why it's important to have guys like Chris Hunter and Ronny Turiaf around cause they're always willing to cut to the basket and always move without the ball. Steph is always finding ways to get the ball to someone. That's what you gotta love about him.