Dieter’s massive mailbag: When will Steph Curry finally get some credit for his greatness?

DALLAS, TEXAS – MAY 22: Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry (30) celebrates his basket and foul against the Dallas Mavericks in the first quarter of Game 3 of their NBA Western Conference Finals playoff game at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, on Sunday, May 22, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)

I believe I’m contractually obligated to do a mailbag column every now and again.

I actually don’t know that, because I definitely didn’t read my contract before signing it. That way, everything in my professional life is a surprise! But the bosses have been saying things like “where that mailbag column?” and “I can’t wait until we can you” and I can take a hint.

So I asked my Twitter followers — the smartest think tank on the planet — for sports questions. Specifically, I wanted stupid questions.

But these geniuses actually asked some good ones. My days are, indeed, numbered.

Let’s get on with it:

dreams marti could buy @dmcb__: If it happens, does this championship hold weight for Steph even though he has a plethora of playmakers around him? 

» Nothing will ever hold weight for Curry because revolutionaries are never given credit at the moment they’re making history. And while Curry’s revolution is trivial in the grand scheme of the world, it’s huge in the sport of basketball.

Nothing upsets people more than change. Curry brought massive change to the league and a lot of…

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