Stephen Curry is a two-time NBA MVP, six-time All-Star, and a three-time NBA champion.
He’s been arguably one of the top players of the game for years on some of the best teams in NBA history.
But in October while doing an interview for the Today Show, Michael Jordan stated that Curry is a great player, but he’s still not a Hall of Famer yet.
“He’s still a great player, not a hall of famer yet, though,” Michael Jordan jokes about Steph Curry as he tells @craigmelvin he’d keep the same four guys (Hakeem Olajuwon, Magic Johnson, Scottie Pippen and James Worthy) to play against anyone with pic.twitter.com/tDBQKjDQAa
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) October 21, 2019
Despite Curry’s accolades speaking for themselves and him being perhaps the best shooter in the history of the NBA, he’s still not considered one of the best in his eyes.
Curry has remained quiet on the the subtle jab, until yesterday, when he delivered a subtle jab of his own towards Jordan.
When asked if Curry had ever autographed a pair of shoes and sent them to a “hater”, he said that he’s yet to do it… but perhaps he should send a pair to MJ.
“You ever send shoes to any of your haters?”
Steph: “I might have to send them to MJ”
— NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) November 11, 2019
Curry is clearly on his way into the Hall of Fame, and if he were to retire now, he’s still probably go into the Hall. Although Jordan tends to be right with anything regarding basketball, Curry may be the one of the winning end of this playful conflict.