Steph Curry describes her relationship and rivalry with LeBron James

Steph Curry and LeBron James have starred in one of the best rivalries of the NBA in recent years and now the Golden State Warriors point guard described his relationship with the Los Angeles Lakers small forward.

In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Curry revealed that their relationship began when James went to see his game with Davidson University from the 2008 March Madness Sweet Sixteen.

“It’s complex because it starts with me playing in the (NCAA) tournament, him coming to see me as a rookie in the league and giving advice on how to get through the initial struggles as a player to four straight Finals,” Curry said. “ANDHe’s a great guy, a great friend, a great competitor. It will be amazing to remember how it all started at Ford Field and at the Sweet Sixteen game.”.

In that occasion, Davidson University beat the University of Wisconsin 73-56 and Curry finished the game with 33 points6/11 in triples, four assists and four steals along with three rebounds.

Subsequently, Warriors point guard said his NBA rivalry with Lakers forward will be unique since it seems almost impossible for the same teams to meet in the Finals for four consecutive seasons.

It will be very difficult to find two teams that meet four times in a row in the Finals by the NBA landscapeCurry said. “That streak will go down in history as an amazing four years.”

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Since the Warriors and the Cavaliers, LeBron’s former team, met in the 2018 finals, no NBA championship series has been repeated. Golden State won three of the four times they met in the Larry O’Brien Trophy series.

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The record between Curry and LeBron in the regular season

In addition to their epic duels in the NBA Finals, Curry and LeBron have met 20 times during the regular season and the record is 10 wins and 10 losses.

The first match between the two took place on November 17, 2009 when the Cavaliers beat the Warriors 114-108. ‘Bron’ demonstrated his power with 31 points, 12 assists, five rebounds and two blocked shots.

Since James moved to Los Angeles, the Warriors and Lakers meet four times a season, but both players haven’t always been available. The last regular season duel between LeBron and Curry was on October 18, 2022 and Golden State prevailed 123-109.

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