Steph Curry registered 31 points, five rebounds, four assists and a steal on Wednesday night.
He made 7-of-11 3-pointers and did not commit a single turnover.
"He's the most unique player I've ever seen in all my years in the NBA," Warriors TV analyst Jim Barnett declared on KNBR 680-AM Thursday morning. "You take the combination of ball-handling skills and shooting skills, there's never been a player like Stephen Curry. He's No. 1 in that area. I'm not saying he's the most dominant player to ever play the game ... but he is in the conversation with the great players of all time."
After being selected seventh overall in the 2009 draft, Curry averaged 17.5 points and 5.9 assists and was named First-Team All-Rookie.
He averaged 18.6 points and 5.8 assists in Year 2, but was limited to just 26 games in the lockout-shortened 2011-12 campaign, and his numbers dipped to 14.7 points and 5.3 assists.
Multiple ankle surgeries had people questioning if he would ever be the same player.
He silenced all critics by registering 22.9 points and 6.9 assists per contest in 2012-13, while making an NBA single-season record 272 3-pointers.
Curry's Warriors upset the Nuggets in the first round of the playoffs and pushed the Spurs to six games in the Western Conference Semifinals.
In 2013-14, he took his game up a notch to the tune of 24 points and 8.5 assists per night. He was an All-Star for the first time and was named Second-Team All-NBA.
He elevated his game to another level last season, averaging 23.8 points and 7.7 assists and breaking his own single-season record by making 286 treys. He won the MVP in a landslide and was named First-Team All-NBA.
More importantly, he led the Warriors to their first NBA title since 1975.
Through five games this season, he's averaging a league-best 35.8 points on 57.4 percent shooting, including a ridiculous 51.9 clip from beyond the arc.
"I'm convinced, and I wasn't sure of this, but he is the best shooter that I've ever seen," Barnett said. "He's a much better shooter than Pistol Pete ... Pistol could shoot from long range but he was a little streaky. Steph is more consistent with that shot."