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Stephen Curry aka Chef Curry cooks up hot start

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The Golden State Warriors are off to a hot start with a 17-2 record, and have a 12-game winning streak thanks to their lead scorer Stephen Curry. Curry is averaging 23.2 points and 7.7 assists a game, both tops for the team. Curry earned a gold medal in the FIBA Basketball World Cup this summer, giving him a little spark going into this season. Curry’s teammate and one half of the Splash Brothers, along with Curry, Klay Thompson, joined him for the FIBA games and is also playing with a new type of energy, making him the team’s second best scorer at 21.2 points a game. The Warriors are determined to make up for a disappointing first-round exit handed to the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2014 NBA Playoffs. They look to go far this season by replacing Mark Jackson for current coach Steve Kerr. Many people had the Warriors as a playoff team in the competitive Western Conference, but very few thought they’d be this good so early in the season.

People are very impressed with the play of Steph Curry so far this season. Many are even considering him to be an MVP candidate this year. In an interview with Derrel Jazz Johnson of CitySportsReport.com, Stephen A. Smith said “he’s my favorite player in the league to watch and I call him the NBA’s version of Aaron Rodgers.”  Many like Stephen A. Smith are starting to look at Curry as a superstar player in this league. Even rapper Drake had to throw in a line showing respect to Steph Curry (been cooking with the sauce, Chef Curry with the pot boy). When rappers give you props in their songs and you start the season 17-2 videos like this pop up on YouTube.  Keep an eye out on Curry as he continues his MVP season.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjU7BYcJwIw

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