Michael Jordan doesn’t think Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry would be in the hall of fame if his career ended today.
Curry is widely-viewed as a top three or four player in the NBA, he’s won two MVP awards and he’s tacked on three championship rings. However, the Chicago Bulls legend and six-time champion isn’t ready to put him in the hall of fame just yet.
“He’s still a great player, not a hall of famer yet, though. He’s not,” Jordan said in a video posted by “TODAY” on Monday.
You can watch the full exchange below.
“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