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Chris Hu said:
PAOerfulone said:

Well, well, well... He disappears at the end of the First Round after pretty much all of his predictions fell apart, and comes back just in time to dog on Steph.

There has never been a dude who has changed or impacted the game the way Steph has. What he has done for the game of basketball goes FAR beyond any stat sheet or statistical category. 

Back in the 90s and 00s, the kids wanted to "Be Like Mike." Now? The kids want to "Be Like Steph." And now, he just silenced the only argument people could make against him: "He NeVeR wOn FiNaLs MvP!!!"

Dude is a 4x Champ, 2x League MVP (First and only Unanimous MVP), Finals MVP, 2x Scoring Champ, 1x STEALS Champ (For those who say he can't play defense.) and is far and away the greatest shooter in history. 

Lead the league in steals one year yet isn't even close to being in the top 50 when it comes to career steals:

NBA & ABA Career Leaders and Records for Steals |

Again, way too one dimensional to be one of the 10 greatest players of all times.

Being injured early on in your career with ankle problems and missing an entire season with a broken hand will do that.

The dude is 6'2", 185, yet he has the 5th most rebounds in playoff history for a PG and averages around 5 and a half a game in the playoffs. And he's in the top 20 all time in the regular season and will likely finish in the top 10 when his career is over. Doesn't sound so one dimensional to me.

He's also one of the best passers in the league, one of the best at finishing around the rim, his floater is as lethal as his 3 point shot, and his defense is FAR better than people give him credit for. He just forced 6 TOs in a close out game on the road, in the NBA Finals IN BOSTON!

And once again, his statistical resume PALES in comparison to his actual impact on the game, which holds FAR more weight. When his career is over, people will look back at Steph as one of the few people who revolutionized the game of basketball. They already look at him that way NOW!