Draymond Green explains most beautiful part of Steph Curry's year

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Draymond explains most beautiful thing about Steph's season originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Steph Curry arguably is having the best season of his career.

The only unanimous MVP in NBA history is averaging a league-best 31.8 points per game, to go along with 5.7 assists, 5.5 rebounds and 1.2 steals.

He is shooting 48.3 percent overall, 42.1 percent from deep (on 12.6 attempts) and 91.8 percent from the free throw line.

"After wins, after losses, he’s in the weight room after every game," Draymond Green told The Athletic's Sam Amick earlier this week. "In the weight room every day. The amount of work that he’s put in [is incredible]. And obviously it’s showing in his game and it’s paying off.

"But the thing that has been most impressive to me is that a lot of guys would complain about the lack of veterans on the team for a superstar of Steph’s caliber who’s in the prime of his career having probably his best year ever. And he just hasn’t at all.

"For me, that’s been the most beautiful thing to watch. Obviously, the games have been great, the shots have been great. But to me, the most beautiful thing to watch has simply been his approach."

Steph wants to win as bad as anybody, but he understands the big picture. He knows the roster needs some upgrades this summer to become a legitimate title contender again.

And he knows what he needs to do from a personal standpoint in the offseason to make sure he continues to play at the highest level possible.

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It's all about work, work and more work. And he loves putting the time in.

"It’s made everyone do all that you can to be the best player that you can be," Draymond told Amick. "Myself, it’s made me be in the weight room — more, more, more — because it’s like you can’t possibly watch Steph Curry do this every day and you don’t take any of that from him.

"What I’m not going to do is just go out there and let him down."

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