Who is Steph Curry's best teammate ever? Chef Curry's had a lot of NBA All Star teammates over the course of his long and storied NBA career. Steph Curry's greatest teammates have included NBA champions, longtime journeyman, and the rare rookie here and there. But who is the best Steph Curry teammate of all time? Which of Steph's teammates throughout his entire career do you love?
When it comes to Stephen Curry's best teammates, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green have to be near the top. The trio took the league by storm won three NBA titles together in four year for the Golden State Warriors. Other Stephen Curry teammates like Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, and Shawn Livingston were instrumental in winning titles alongside Steph as well. Lest we forget, Steph Curry teammates Andrew Bogut, Monta Ellis, David Lee, and Richard Jefferson, who are among some the best NBA players of all time.
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It was a cheat code when Kevin Durant joined the Warriors, after taking them to the brink in the previous year's playoffs with OKC. KD unlocked the W's best version of their lineup of death and won back-to-back titles in 2017 and 2018. KD was named Finals MVP both years over Steph, which may have cause some contention among the squad, but together KD, Steph, and the gang truly found basketball nirvana. Until of course KD tore his achilles in 2019 and that was a wrap.
The other half of the “Splash Brothers” Klay won three titles in GSW in six trips to the NBA Finals alongside Steph. He's as great of a teammate as it gets.
Nowadays everybody wanna talk like they got something to say
But nothing comes out when they move their lips
Just a bunch of gibberish
And motherf***ers act like they forgot about Dre (Finals MVP)
With his Splash Brothers teammates, Dray was the juice and emotional core of the Warriors in their six trips to the NBA Finals, three of which they won. Because of Dray they didn't win a fourth in 2016 which they could have, but without Dray, they might've never even got one.
The Wiggins for Russell trade turned out to be one of the best moves in GSW. It revitalized the franchise, as Wiggins slotted into the old Barnes/Iguodala role in the squad's classic small ball “Lineup of Death."
It took 7 years for the UCLA alum to become a starter at center alongside Steph. It was worth the wait, as the all muscle big man provides key defense and rebounding when Warriors want to go big.