Rob Parker: “It’s real simple, RAY ALLEN has made more threes, and has made more CLUTCH threes, and that’s what it comes down to. Steph can make all the regular season threes he wants, but he doesn’t make the big shots. He’s more like a high-paid Harlem Globetrotter making trick shots. Since 2010, Steph is only shooting 35% for his career in the last two minutes of close playoff games. By comparison to the other stars in the league, Durant shoots higher – 40%, Duncan shot higher – 40%, LeBron – 40%, and Kobe – 42%. In the Finals his three throw percentage drops 5.5% and 4.5% from three. His efficiency rating also drops in the playoffs, his turnovers increase, and he’s only 4/15, 26%, on shots to tie or win the game with less than 24 seconds to go. If you want to be considered the 'greatest shooter of all time', you have to make big shots when the games matter. One of the greatest shots in history, Ray Allen MADE, and we’re still waiting for Steph Curry’s biggest shot… Ray Allen saved LeBron’s bacon with one of the biggest threes in the history of the NBA. I would give Ray Allen the ball ANY TIME over Steph Curry. Steph is NOT the greatest shooter, it’s RAY ALLEN.” (Full Audio Above)
Listen to Rob Parker explain why he thinks Ray Allen, NOT Steph Curry, is the greatest shooter in NBA history, as Rob doesn't believe the NBA Finals MVP-less Steph can be considered the best shooter of all time if he doesn't have a distinguished resume of clutch shots in the postseason.
Check out the video above as Rob details why Steph is more 'highly paid Harlem Globetrotter' and trickshot maker than all-time NBA great.