Just what the league needed: The Golden State Warriors, who dominated the league in 2014-15 en route to their first championship in 40 years and look like a potential dynasty-in-the-making, are adding two-time MVP Steve Nash to help nurture and develop their talented backcourt.
It's just not fair.
Score another win for the Steve Kerr-Bob Myers-Joe Lacob trio. Just when it looks like the Warriors' organization is stacked from top-to-bottom with smart and successful people, they add Nash -- the closest thing to Curry the NBA has ever seen -- and get even better.
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"... He's probably the smartest basketball player I've ever been around in my life, not only the way he played but the way he prepared and trained and thought about the game," Kerr said, according to Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News.
"I just felt like if we could just get him to help out, just be around our guys occasionally and develop relationships, spend some time on the floor with them occasionally, it'd be a big help ...
Even if Nash can improve Curry's game by a few percentage points, that's a major boost for a superstar. It isn't fair to anoint the Warriors as back-to-back champions just yet, but their case keeps getting more and more compelling.
(h/t Contra Costa Times)