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“4th championship moves Steph Curry to a clear No. 2 player of his generation”: Nick Wright boldly claims Warriors legend will surpass Kevin Durant to become the 2nd best player in his generation following a 2022 NBA Finals win

Nithin Joseph

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Steph Curry now finds himself in his sixth NBA Finals, and Nick Wright believes he could surpass KD if he wins his fourth championship!

The Golden State Warriors beat the Dallas Mavericks in five to book their ticket to the NBA Finals. Guided by stellar performances of the Splash Brothers, they will now fight for a ring for the first time in two years.

One-half of the Splash Brothers is none other than Steph Curry. He was crowned the 1st Magic Johnson Western Conference Finals MVP.

Curry is currently averaging 26 points, five rebounds, and six assists in the Playoffs. He will be hoping to carry this form into the Finals against either a tough Celtics or Heat team.

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All eyes will now be on Steph and the Warriors look to bring a seventh championship to San Francisco. One which could be the fourth of Curry’s career.

Nick Wright believes Steph Curry is one ring away from surpassing KD ad the 2nd best player of  his generation

Debates have been raging for a while now regarding the best players of the 2010s. This era has been dominated by the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Steph Curry.

Most fans and experts currently have LeBron as the best, followed closely by Durant. However, Nick Wright believes that Chef Curry is just one ring away from surpassing his former teammate.

Wright claims that a 4th championship will make Steph the 2md best player of his generation. He even believes he could make a case for Top-10 all-time!

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Steph called it when he said they would be back with a vengeance after they failed to make the playoffs last year. Hopefully, he and the rest of the Warriors can deliver in the Finals.

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Nithin Joseph

Nithin Joseph


Nithin is a content writer at The SportsRush. Like his favorite athlete Kobe Bryant, the company has helped Nithin elevate his writing skills to a whole new level, especially as an NBA content writer. With over 1500 articles to his name, Nithin's love for the sport knows no bounds. And, as he continues to watch the sport on a daily basis, he hopes his fascination with the NBA, especially the Miami Heat will inspire more and more readers to give the sport a chance. Perhaps, one day making basketball in India as big as it is in the United States.

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