I like Barea but in no wayyyyyyyyyyyyyy is he better than Curry. Come on man give it up.
I guess. I just don't get why I have to accept that Curry is so much better or better at all. Why is my opinion not being the same so wrong? People get all mad, I'm actually literally laughing at you guys. I could understand if Curry just won the league scoring title or MVP or something huge but he hasn't. All you have to go by is opinion and both of their stat sheets which means basically nothing unless JJ had horrible stats or Curry had GOAT stats. It's like saying Wendys is better than McDonalds and arguing with me over it.
Is it really that big of a deal? Maybe I'm overreacting but telling me to gtfo, calling me names and shit makes me think I'm making you guys legit upset over this. There's something wrong with you people.
Last edited by ViolenceIsGolden; 06-29-2012 at 01:04 AM.
Because Barea isn't even close to being on the same level as Curry. That's like comparing Rudy Gay to Leborn James, it's just on a different scale of talent.
When did I ever say Rudy Gay was on the level of Lebron James? Nobody is saying that. I'm putting a young player in Stephen Curry who has potential to break out of his shell on the same level as of right now with JJ Barea when Barea has really been hitting his stride and signed to a nice contract with the T'Wolves.
Somebody posted examples of how he thinks the Warriors are a better team player to player comparison and when it comes down to it analytically JJ is going to help a team win just as much as Curry is as of right now until Curry can break out of his shell and become the next big superstar future hall of famer like some of you that obviously think he is. Which I doubt he'll ever become by the way.
47% from the field, 44% from 3, and 90% from the line. No player in league history has entered the NBA with this type of efficiency. You are selling Curry way short. He is a future All Star without question, something Barea will never even come close to approaching.
I'm really loving how the Hornets are looking now by adding, TheBrow, Rivers and Darius Miller. Miller is an absolute steal for them in the second round.
I like Rivers a lot but I'm not sold on him. Not all that athletic, and IMO he doesn't have a true NBA position. He will have to play point because he isn't big enough or athletic enough to play the 2, and he average like 1.7 assists at Duke and more turnovers than assists. He has potential, but he will be a bit of a project while he develops his PG skills.