Golden State Warriors: 5 Players Who Will Improve In 2015-16

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5. Stephen Curry

Jun 16, 2015; Cleveland, OH, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) talks to the media after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers in game six of the NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Lets start with this guy; The baby faced assassin, the human torch, the reigning MVP, Stephen Curry. After the unbelievable season that he had last year, it’s hard to imagine that he could possibly get much better, right?

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  • Not so fast.

    Just about every year in the league (with the exception of his injury plagued 3rd season), Curry’s numbers have seen a decent jump. He has become a better passer, and a smarter player overall. The odd thing is, during his MVP season he saw lower numbers in scoring and assists than the year prior.

    Is it possible that Curry could take his game to a level we have never witnessed before? Sure, and hemay raise his game to another level, but he may not be the Warriors’ player who sees the most improvement in his game.

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