Tomorrow, part three of the encounter between the Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets. On the one hand, with James Harden the MVP of last season. On the other hand, the superploeg that the past five years, four times to the NBA finals kicked off. Much chance of that this season, with a fifth final in six years, because the Warriors are mad again by the play-offs. Houston's James Harden looks on in the Western Conference after two matches against a 2-0-deficit. And to say that the Rockets have perhaps the greatest titelconcurrent formed for the sterrenploeg of coach Steve Kerr.
It is, of course, with men like Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry are in one team. That last is approaching his 31st getting closer on the eternal leaderboard with points scored triples. Curry has now 2.483 behind his name. Only Ray Allen (were 2,973) and Reggie Miller (2.560) do better, but the general expectation is that Curry will be there for the end of his career still about. And that he also provides to be the best marksman in NBA history crown. Experts agree on the fact that he actually already is.