Stephen Curry Claps Back At Mike James' Criticism

Even though Stephen Curry is one of the coolest NBA players around, he is nonetheless aware of the criticism he receives from other players.

The 2022 Finals MVP dubbed himself "the petty King" and continues to act like it both on and off the court.

Steph addressed a message to his sceptics after a fantastic series against the Boston Celtics in which he won his fourth NBA title 

and first Finals MVP, noting that he always pays attention to what people are saying about him and is always prepared to answer.

Recently, former Brooklyn Nets player Mike James criticized Curry, saying he's not a top 5 player in the NBA right now given his one-dimensional game.

"Steph, like how he plays and how he gets stuff off, it’s just kind of one-dimensional at times if that makes sense. … He’s not the primary ball-handler a lot and for a point guard that kind of bothers me. But he does score off the dribble so I mean he’s a superstar. When you’re picking your top five, you’re kind of just nit-picking.”

These comments made some noise around the league, but one didn't think that Curry would reply.

He did, however, demonstrate once again why he is the petty king by recently making fun of James' remarks while making a point about his campers. Curry was recently questioned about how hard it was for campers to compete against and against him. He used the opportunity to clap back and poke some fun at it.

"It’s all bad for them… Even as one-dimensional as I am… I’m sorry, I'm petty. I'm so petty. Keep it going, I like that," Curry said while laughing."