Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors is a two-time NBA MVP, and Giannis Antetokounpo of the Milwaukee Bucks has won the MVP award the same amount of times.
Curry is a three-time champion, and Antetokounmpo won his first championship this past season.
Antetokounmpo has also won a Defensive Player of The Year Award, something Curry will likely never do.
With all that being said, they are easily two of the top ten players in the world, and some of the greatest basketball players of all-time.
He also shot over 48% from the field and over 42% from the three-point range.
Antetokounmpo averaged 28.1 points, 11.0 rebounds and 5.9 assists, 1.2 steals and 1.2 blocks per game.
He shot just under 57% from the field, but only shot a little over 30% from the three-point range.
Antetokounmpo is in another stratosphere as a defender then Curry, but Curry is on another planet then Antetokounmpo as a shooter.
Curry and the Warriors lost in the NBA’s play-in tournament, so they did not make the post-season, while the Bucks won the NBA Championship.
As a whole, Curry might be the better player, Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors The Lead Warrior T-Shirt but based on how Antetokounmpo and his team just won the NBA title and he won the NBA Finals MVP, both of them being a 96 overall seems fair.
According to JaVale McGee, the Warriors simply ran things for, by, and through its players. Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green were at the center of their winning atmosphere and kudos to the front office allowing the players-first culture to exist in the first place.
Simple things like allowing family members to fly with them during the playoffs and team dinners hosted by the players themselves made an imprint on JaVale McGee and how he perceived what a winning organization looks like.