Former Golden State Warriors head coach, Don Nelson joined Damon, Ratto and Kolsky on the 10 year anniversary of passing Lenny Wilkens for the most NBA career wins.
During the conversation, Nelson was asked about Stephen Curry.
"I thought he'd be Steve Nash-like with maybe more of an emphasis on the offense and the shooting end," Nelson said. "Steve, it was more important to him to make assists. I always tried to get Steve to shoot more but I never had to worry about that with Steph. If he had an open shot, he was ready to take it."