Put some respect on Steph’s name — he’s an MVP contender

No. 30 puts 29 on the Suns in Monday night beatdown

Bonta Hill
October 22, 2018 - 11:22 pm

Steph Curry’s personal trainer Brandon Payne is a frequent visitor on the Greg Papa Show with yours truly on 95.7 The Game.

His last appearance was during the preseason, and Payne mentioned that Curry had one of the best offseasons of his career.

Payne wasn’t lying. Not only does Curry look explosive and stronger, and is in total command of the offense. He’s on cruise control to start the season as he’s nailed 22 three-pointers in the first four games of the season.

Don’t believe me, peep the tweet:

Yes, the golden child is still obliterating NBA records and making plays like this:

I know Curry doesn’t care about individual accolades, but the way he doesn’t get mentioned with the likes of LeBron James, teammate Kevin Durant, James Harden, and many others, quietly, the way he’s underrated, it has to bother him.

However, I’m here to tell you he’s in the conversation for the best player in the NBA title. With three titles and two MVP awards, Curry is in MVP-form to start the 2018 season. He’s in kill-mode.

Oh, and this happened tonight in their blowout victory against the Phoenix Suns:

Curry discussed this feat afterward:

Time to add Curry to the MVP discussion. He’s arguably the best player on the best team in the world. Put some respect on his name, once and for all.

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