Feb. 27, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry (30) drives to the net around New York Knicks point guard Iman Shumpert (21) during the second quarter at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Stephen Curry Has Established His Stardom - Now What?

38 points, 54 points, and 19 and counting right now against the Celtics for Stephen Curry? That’s all-star material. Scratch that, actually: that’s superstar material. I’m sure, just as Baron Davis did, Stephen Curry has made the league’s top coaches feel stupid about his exclusion from the all-star game. Curry has been on a roll lately and he’s not done. Right now in Boston he has 19 points at the end of the first half: He’s on his way to another 38 point game, maybe ever more?

Not Kobe, not LeBron, not Dwyane Wade, not Durant, nobody in the league has scored higher in a game that Curry has. I’m sure that he not only proved his superstar status, but is garnering praise and awe from each NBA fan, and each NBA player.

His game may have him in the MVP running, but there is only one thing that the Warriors are missing: the wins to back up his performance.

Mainly because of his 54 point performance in front of MSG, Curry has been classified as one of the best shooters in the NBA, if he wasn’t already.

Also, the Warriors are looking pretty good in these past couple of games. The problem, however, is that he can’t do it by himself. Because of the recent struggles of Klay Thompson, the Warriors aren’t able to put some wins on the board, as of late.

Thompson needs to forget that his dad controls his assets, and show everyone that he deserves the money for his excellent play.

Curry’s superstar-like play is entertaining, but isn’t going to last forever. The Warriors have another opportunity, battling the Celtics on the road, to assert their dominance and further show Curry’s super-stardom.


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