During Friday's nationally televised game between the Warriors and Cavaliers, former Golden State head coach Mark Jackson had some interesting comments regarding reigning MVP Stephen Curry.
"To a degree, he's hurting the game," Jackson said on ABC. "And what I mean by that is I go into these high school gyms, I watch these kids and the first thing they do is run to the three-point line. You are not Steph Curry.
"Work on your other aspects of the game. People don't think that he's just a knock-down shooter. That's not why he's the MVP. He's a complete basketball player."
Following the game, Warriors center Andrew Bogut had some pointed comments for Jackson.
Curry himself was asked for a response by Yahoo Sports' Marc J. Spears:
"I have to talk to him. I don't know what he means by that. If you can shoot, shoot. If you can't, stop," Curry told Spears.