Myers suggests Steph is best face of franchise in sports history

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Not many players in sports history are more prolific than Steph Curry.

Warriors general manager Bob Myers joined broadcasters Bob Fitzgerald and Kelenna Azubuike in the booth during the second quarter of Golden State’s preseason game against the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday night at Chase Center, where he suggested that Curry might just be the greatest face of a franchise in the history of sports.

“I stole this from somebody, but they said this: ‘best face-of-the-franchise in the history of sports, Steph Curry,’” Myers said. “Like who’s better?”

“When it comes to the unselfishness, the pride, the credentials, staying in the same place for his entire career.”

Myers, Fitzgerald and Azubuike then went back and forth naming players who could give Curry a run for his money as the best face of a franchise. Names like Michael Jordan, Derek Jeter, Tim Duncan and John Stockton came to mind.

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Curry is in a unique position of having won four championships while playing for just one team his entire career, a feat that not many superstars can say they’ve accomplished. 

Between what Curry does on and off the court, you would be hard-pressed to find a player in any sport who represents their team better than the 2022 NBA Finals MVP. 

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