June 24, 2024

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry is not only one of the best players in NBA history, but one of the most influential players in NBA history. This is often part of the discussion when debating Curry’s place on all-time ranks, and Toronto Raptors head coach Darko Rajakovic made a strong statement on Curry’s impact on the game. “He would be on the top of the list,” Rajakovic said of Curry prior to Friday night’s game vs. the Warriors. “I think Michael Jordan, he definitely changed basketball. But Steph Curry is the player that’s on the top of that list. You just did not have a guard of that size with, with that shooting ability, with that shooting range that completely changed the game. Obviously, you’ve had very talented players along the way, but not to the degree that this guy completely

TORONTO — Stephen Curry had a “pseudo homecoming” as he played in Toronto on Friday night for the first time since the 2019 Finals against the Raptors.

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Curry spent some of his childhood in Toronto, as his dad, Dell Curry, played for the team between 1999-2002. That meant there were “a lot of familiar faces” on Friday, from Herbie Kuhn announcing the game in Scotiabank Arena, to Dell’s former teammates in Alvin “Boogie” Williams as part of the broadcast crew, and even Charles Oakley, who as a spectator was honoured by the crowd.

“I still got family, my wife’s family is still up here. And it’s always great to have a pseudo homecoming kind of vibe here. A lot of great years, a lot of great memories,” said Curry post-game.

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