Michael Jordan doesn’t think Steph Curry is set for the Hall of Fame as yet, even though he is a great player.
In an interview on NBC’s Craig Melvin on Monday, Jordan who is the six-time NBA champion made that comment about the Warriors player.
However, Steve Kerr Warriors coach who is Jordan’s former teammate thinks Michael has his own version of the Hall of Fame in his own head.
Steph Curry is now the greatest shooter of all times, and Jordan’s words got a lot of attention in Social Media.
Curry responded saying “I think I’m good, but then I’m never complacent,” during an interview for Sole Collector.
He also said he has more to prove to himself. He also spoke about hearing the greatest Hall of Famer of all time, “it’s kind of funny, since we have been on this stage we have heard a lot of retired guys chime in on this generation of basketball players and evaluating talent, saying their generation was better and all that. It is a great conversation for the fans to get in on.” He believes he is in good shape but he believes he has a lot more to prove to himself.
The legendary Chicago Bulls player said he would pick Magic Johnson, James Worthy, Scottie Pippen and Hakeem Olajuwon back on 2013.
He now says he wouldn’t change his list by replacing anyone he chose with these newer players. He commented about Curry and he had finished talking about his list.