Role: Starting point guard
Now that Monta Ellis has been traded, it's Steph Curry's turn to be the primary perimeter threat. He's ready to take it on.
Since his rookie year, he's been drawing comparisons to Steve Nash. Both are elite shooters and quick ball-handlers who are good at finishing at the rim.
Neither is a great defender, although Curry isn't nearly as bad as Nash. And neither is an explosive athlete.
The primary difference (it's a big one) is that Curry is a pretty good passer while Nash is arguably the best who ever lived. But it's obvious that Curry can be dominant.
While Curry could add some muscle to improve his strength, speed and leaping ability, his primary problem is that he has two really bad ankles. He was indestructible his rookie year, but he couldn't really be counted on last year.
As for this year, he's been practically worthless. As soon as one ankle heals, he hurts the other. People are starting to label him as an injury bust.
It has been recommended that he sit out the rest of the season. If he can stay healthy, he can develop into an All-Star.