There always have been questions regarding Stephen Curry. Is he athletic enough? Can he play the point? Can he guard anyone?
It's why he didn't have a single ACC scholarship offer coming out of high school, and why he wound up going to Davidson. It's also why guys like Hasheem Thabeet, Tyreke Evans, Ricky Rubio and Jonny Flynn all were taken before him in the 2009 NBA draft.
Now in his sixth season, the questions have turned into answers as Curry has turned into arguably the top point guard in the NBA. He and LeBron James are the only players in the league to rank in the top 10 in both scoring and assists.
When I saw Curry in college, he was arguably the best long-distance shooter in the country, and he managed to shoot a high percentage (41 percent in his three collegiate seasons) despite being double-teamed for most of his career.
He has concluded each NBA season making at least 42 percent of his attempts from deep.
So we reached out to a trio of NBA point guards to go "Players vs. Player" with Curry, and asked how to guard Curry, what his strengths and weaknesses are, and how would you attack him?
We began with maybe the most difficult question of all because his long-range shot has been the one area that has never been in doubt.