Then-Warriors coach Mark Jackson called Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson the best-shooting backcourt of all-time.
Curry isn’t ready to label himself the best individual shooter ever, but Thompson isn’t shy when asked about the Splash Brothers being the best-shooting backcourt.
I agree. I think so.
Steph is one of the best to ever play. I think I’m right there by him. We both led the NBA in 3s, we were No. 1 and 2. I don’t know if that has ever happened on the same team.
So, I think we’re the best shooting backcourt, maybe of all-time.
We still got a lot to prove, and I still think we are just scratching the surface of what we can be.
The questioner is unclear whether she’s referring to the present or all-time, but Thompson surely knows how Jackson’s statement influenced the terms of the conversation.
The Splash Brothers are definitely the best-shooting backcourt in the NBA right now.
I’d take them all-time, too. When Jackson made his assessment, I still gave the edge to the underrated Steve Nash-Quentin Richardson tandem. But in the two years since, Curry and Thompson have proven their shooting prowess.