Steph Curry has the opportunity to add to his legacy in Game 3 — Chris Broussard | NBA | UNDISPUTED

Chris Broussard joins Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe to give his thoughts on tonight’s Game 3 of the NBA Finals. Hear why Broussard thinks this game can only add to, not hurt, Stephen Curry’s legacy.

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  1. Its true that he cant single handedly dominate a game like a lebron – but he makes all the players around him better. Its why hes different. Lebron could never coexist on a team with as many good players as steph can. Hes an ultimate teamsystem basketball player – Lebron always has to dominate. So Lebron looks better on his own – steph is better with a crew because he gets more out of them.

  2. Curry Had 47Pts in Game 3 and they still lost what that mean well ima tell you 1 Man cannot win a game or series the Warriors look different that team is like a JV High School team playing against a College team which is the Raptors

  3. Scoring average doesn't measure the playoff performer. In big games he doesn't play winning ball. He couldn't be "influential" enough to get his team over an injured Kawhi. Even with his best.

  4. sick and tired of people saying curry can never be good enough because he can't carry the team by himself just like lebron. that it's actually just him vs kawhi. the uninjured raptors did play well. why equate his greatness to scoring high and winning without kd and kt. basketball is a game played as a team. not a one man game. that's what they're saying about "strength in numbers". i'm not quite sure if these critics only see steph, just him alone playing against the raptors and the rest of the gsw players were just ghost, nonexistent. not giving credits to curry's great game 3 performance just
    because they lost is just like saying he's no good because his teammates were no good as well. i don't understand the curry hate. the raptors did really great and the best way to recognize their greatness is knowing they played well against and won over an equally great gsw.


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