Stephen Curry is a player who has split opinion among legends of the game. The Golden State Warriors guard's unmatched ability from three-point land and his mesmerising handles have taken him to the top of the NBA mounting, but not everybody is happy about it.
A number of Hall of Famers have come out to diminish his achievements, however, one legend who has nothing but respect for the reigning MVP is a player who wowed fans in the league over 40 years ago.
Nate 'Tiny' Archibald, standing at 6"1', was a dominant force in the NBA during the height of its physicality, and recently said he loves watching Curry play basketball.
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As per NBA.com, he said: "I love watching him play. He has galvanised a different persona with these young people.
"I'm around kids all the time and they get the ball, 'Oh, Steph Curry!' Don't talk about nobody else."
Curry was unable to stop the Warriors falling to their first regular season home defeat in 14 months on Friday as the Boston Celtics left the Oracle with the win.
But he has been in simply stunning form this season as the Dubs chase the 1995-96 Bulls' record. Like players of years gone by, Curry is changing the NBA, and he is inspiring a new generation of stars.