Steph Curry's 'trajectory is still going up' after best summer of his NBA career

Drew Shiller
NBC Sports BayArea

The 2017-18 NBA season was another successful one for Steph Curry. He averaged 26.4 points, 6.1 assists and 5.1 rebounds per game, and the Warriors won the championship again.

But it also was frustrating for the two-time NBA MVP, as he appeared in just 51 games because of multiple ankle sprains and the Grade 2 MCL sprain he sustained on March 24.

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So, is he back to 100 percent?

"Oh, for sure," Curry told Greg Papa and Bonta Hill on 95.7 The Game. "This has been a great summer. I've done a lot off the court in terms of life experiences. But it's been the best summer I've had in terms of my training (and) my preparation for a season. Now 30 years old -- which is crazy -- this is my 10th year in the league.

"Trying to continue to evolve my game as long as I can. Definitely the trajectory is still going up in terms of what I expect from myself out there on the floor."

That's kind of a scary thought for the rest of the NBA.

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller

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