Stephen Curry has become a new face of NBA basketball, he has revolutionized the way of scoring in the NBA, deep three-pointers are now the best way of scoring in the game. With every three-pointer Stephen Curry shoots in a game, he strikes on the critics who criticized him for not consistently winning championship for Golden State Warriors.
Although Warriors are waiting for the return of Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry is still playing his best season so far which has led them to the first position in Western Conference. Curry has surpassed Ray Allen’s record of most all-time three-pointers. Now he is proceeding towards becoming the first-ever NBA player to shoot 3000 three-pointers.
But it seems that Dwyane Wade is not a fan of three-point shooting which Stephen Curry plays for his team. Recently, Dwyane Wade appeared on a YouTube Video of Wired where he answered some Twitter questions. The first question comes from Twitter account @TrustTheVoid, “Are 3-pointers messing with the game of basketball? Would you enjoy watching the NBA if 80% of shots were just 3-pointers? How many are too many?” to which Dwyane Wade admitted that he is not a big fan of 3 pointers
Wade said, “I wouldn’t enjoy playing the game with 80% of the shots being threes, But I can understand the nature of the game today. I know that three points are more than two points. And if a team is shooting 60 threes, and one team is shooting 30, who’s gonna win that game?’
Wade later added, “Coming from a different era, you wanna see the game played just the way that you played it. But you got to try to figure out a way, to appreciate the game, the way it’s played in today’s era.”
Curry has carried the Golden State Warriors throughout the season and made them the no.1 contender for the championship. He has replaced Kevin Durant for the 1st place in MVP ranking, as the season moves ahead it will be interesting to watch who becomes the MVP of the 2021-22 NBA season.
Shailesh Singh is an NBA author for FirstSportz. He is currently pursuing Mass media degree from KES Shroff College in Mumbai. He started his journalism career as political and sports content writer and have nearly 3 months worth of experience in covering sports and international politics news.
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