As regular-season and postseason three-point records fall and Stephen Curry continues to far outpace the likes of Ray Allen and Reggie Miller, he can’t simply be looked at as the greatest shooter of his generation. There’s a growing case that he’s the greatest shooter in the history of basketball.
That’s certainly the conclusion that many of the all-time greats are coming to. One of the most vocal members of the Curry fan club is the just-retired Steve Nash, himself in that conversation. He had some insights on just what makes Curry so great in a new interview with Bleacher Report’s Ric Bucher:
“Steph takes it to another level,” Nash said. “I was able to do it going left and right, and we can both do it at speed, but I was always trying to get to the three-point line. He can do it from deeper and, frankly, I never…
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Another great fan of bay area sports, Krazy George entertained bay area fans for years. He is one of the worlds most famous cheerleaders. He’s also known for being the inventor of the wave that is performed at many sporting events. He started in the bay area and more specifically the college of San Jose State and from there he went on to perform his antics at many other sporting events around the Bay. If you never saw Krazy George or experienced his energy at a sporting event, you really missed out!
One of the greatest football fans out there. The 49er Banjo Man has been supporting the 49er’s for many years. A true 9er fan as well as a very cool and funny guy if you ever get the chance to see him.
Here is a great clip of the Banjo Man in action: