NBA Star Reacts To Michael Jordan's Comment On Steph Curry
Michael Jordan has the NBA community buzzing over his recent remarks. In an interview with NBC's Today, the six-time champion said Steph Curry isn't a Hall of Famer yet.
Jordan is considered by many the best player in the history of basketball. His opinion on the sport is valued greatly because of his experience and success.
While the tone of Jordan's comments about Curry isn't too clear, there are several players that are offended by his remarks. After all, the Warriors guard is a three-time NBA champion and two-time MVP.
Curry has changed the way basketball is played in the NBA because of his shooting range. The majority of teams value three-point shots far more now than ever before.
As you'd expect, a few top players around the league have shared their reaction to Jordan's comments.
Portland guard CJ McCollum went on Twitter to give his thoughts on the situation.
Check it out:
MJ was loaded 🤣😂 https://t.co/28JJn6n9KL
- CJ McCollum (@CJMcCollum) October 22, 2019
McCollum isn't the only NBA player to react to Jordan's bold take. It'll be interesting to see if Curry decides to fire back at the former Chicago legend.
The reality is Curry is well on his way to making the Hall of Fame. Even if he ended his career today, the six-time All-Star would still receive the honor.
Do you think Jordan's comments were fair?
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Michael Jordan is the best player in NBA history so he certainly knows a thing or two about what it takes to be in the Hall of Fame. Regardless of how you feel about Jordan,