With his filthy jumper, smooth handle, and unlimited range, Chef Curry has taken the National Basketball Association by storm to become one of the most incredible players on the planet. This past season saw him lead the Golden State Warriors to 73 regular-season wins and earn his second straight Most Valuable Player award, including becoming the first unanimous pick ever. Given what Curry’s been able to accomplish so far in his NBA career, it’s hard to believe that six players were selected before him in the 2009 NBA Draft.
The NBA is a business. That's what you often hear when teams or players make decisions that change their place of employment. Players know they can be traded at any time and can't have their feelings hurt in the process (even if that's not always so easy). Teams know that players can decide they want to go play somewhere else when they hit free agency. That can affect the concept and perception of loyalty among players and franchises. Either way, player movement is just part of the business. Sometimes it can leave feelings of ill will between the two parties, but that's not happening with the Dallas Mavericks and Chandler Parsons. Mavs owner Mark Cuban was on CBS Radio's 105.3 The Fan in Dallas