#2 Stephen Curry
Having multiple other future Hall of Famers by his side helps, undoubtedly. But, there’s no denying just how extraordinary these last few seasons have been for the three-time NBA champion, two-time league MVP and six-time All-Star. Widely considered the greatest 3-point shooter in league history, though the record for most threes made in a career still belongs to Ray Allen (for now), Curry has almost single-handedly transformed the way the game is played. At the rate he’s going, it’s not unimaginable to think that he will ultimately rank No. 1 on this list when all is said and done.