Who is the G.O.A.T?
When it comes to the NBA, the debate will never cease. You'll either say Michael Jordan or LeBron James. Now that they both star in "Space Jam" movies, you can't use that as a tie-breaker anymore.
We digress ...
Bleacher Report did a recent ranking of the greatest basketball players of all-time and to no surprise, author Andy Bailey ranked M.J. No. 1 with King James right behind him.
Additionally, Warriors All-Star guard Steph Curry made the list ... at the No. 10 spot.
Bailey wrote Curry arguably is already the best point guard in NBA history and made some flowery compliments to the Golden State star.
Bailey not only agreed with the statements, but compared the two point guards.
"[Curry] figuratively changes the geometry of the floor," Bailey writes. "He commands double-teams 35 feet from the rim, allowing his teammates to play 4-on-3 on countless possessions over the years."
"This is the evolution of Nash: a prolific shooter who's unleashed to launch as many threes as he can. Along with Michael Jordan, Dirk Nowitzki and a handful of others, Curry is among those exceptionally rare players who truly changed basketball."
Couldn't have said it better ourselves.
Across his 10-year career, Steph averages 23.5 points, 6.6 assists and 4.5 rebounds per game.
His list of accomplishments include six All-Star selections, two MVP honors and a few NBA championship rings thrown in there.
Curry may not be dubbed the G.O.A.T in this scenario, but top 10 ain't bad. Who knows how high he'll get on the list when all is said and done.