1. Warriors: Stephen Curry and Andrew Wiggins
Deciding the duo for the NBA champions was particularly tough. The main reason being is that Klay Thompson hasn’t looked like the superstar version of himself since returning from his two leg injuries.
There are several good candidates to fill in for the Golden State Warriors. Jordan Poole came into this season and took over the role for Thompson until he returned from injury. Draymond Green is another good candidate considering he’s a future Hall of Famer. However, during their title run, Andrew Wiggins was the Warriors’ second-best player.
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Wiggins will always be considered a “bust” as a number one pick, but that doesn’t mean that he isn’t a very good player. He made his first All-Star team and he was the second-best player for the Warriors in the finals. He’s a two-way player who’s in his prime. Golden State easily won that trade that sent D’Angelo Russell to Minnesota for Wiggins.
Winning this NBA Finals and Finals MVP has solidified Stephen Curry as a top-5 point guard of all-time. He’s the best shooter in NBA history and he’s proven to be the best player on a title team. This title has put him into the category of top-10 of all-time.
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