Through 10 games, Stephen Curry is averaging 24.8 points (4th best in NBA), 7.7 assists (5th best in NBA), 2.30 steals (3rd best in NBA), and has made 31 3-pointers (2nd most in NBA).
What did Warriors head coach Steve Kerr think of his point guard's 30-point, 15-assist performance against the Lakers on Sunday night?
"That's as good a point guard job as I've ever seen, what Steph did tonight," Kerr declared. "Managing the game, being aggressive at the right times, taking care of the ball, finding guys.
"The guy has taken another level. I think he's the best in the NBA right now at that position."
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Last year, Curry became the first Warriors player to start the All-Star Game since Latrell Sprewell in 1995.
He wasn't First-Team All-NBA, however, as Chris Paul took home that honor for the third straight season.
The Clippers' floor general is considered by many to be the best point guard in the league.
Others believe Tony Parker has the crown. Some believe Russell Westbrook owns the distinction.
Following Golden State's win over Los Angeles, Kerr was asked the following question:
"What did you learn about your backcourt that you didn't know when you were a broadcaster?"
"The only thing I wasn't sure about was Steph's defense at a high level," Kerr said. "But the level of Steph's defense this year is beyond what I expected.
"I knew he was better defensively than people gave him credit for, but honestly, what he's done this year at that end is remarkable."