NBA Hoops' Stephen Curry season ranking causes stir on social media

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There is not one subject on this earth that everybody will agree on. Fact.

But when you narrow it down to a sport like basketball and take your views onto a social media platform like Twitter, then you are most certainly going to get people who disagree with your point of view.

We are deep into the NBA offseason and this time of year often leads to a lot of cross-generation comparison. The NBA's 'Hoop' blog have been counting down the best single-season performances in history and their latest choice has caused quite the divide.

Stephen Curry's 2015-16 campaign, where he became the first player in recorded history to make over 300 three-pointers in a season, was voted the third-best, eclipsing LeBron James 2012-13 exploits, Magic Johnson's 1986-87 season and Wilt Chamberlain's 1961-62 year, to name a few.

It's true, the Warriors and Curry did put together a simply incredible season that came unstuck at the final hurdle, and in the short-term world we live in, that is what they will be remembered for.

However, the point guard - who became the league's first-ever unanimous MVP - destroyed an incredible amount of records and looked unstoppable at times. Here is the best reaction on social media.

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