Curry VS. James: NBA Finals – Insurance Swagger

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Unless you’re living under a rock, you know that the NBA finals start tonight. That’s right folks it’s the Cavalier’s VS. The Golden State Warriors for this year’s championship title. These two teams also went head-to-head in 2015, with the Golden State Warriors coming out on top.

The start of the NBA finals also means two of the best players on the court will face-off night after night in a rivalry that has been compared to the likes of Magic Johnson and Larry Bird.

This is all complicated by the fact that both are spokesmen for different insurance companies. Sure, they have completely different styles of play, and each brings their own flavor to the court, but who will take it home?

In the CoverWallet office, there’s been an ongoing debate, and we need your help to decide who’s the biggest baller. We’re  basing this on insurance swagger and basketball skills. Let’s take a look:

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Height: 6-foot-8
Weight: 250lbs
Team: Cleveland Cavaliers
What makes his game unusual: Built like a football player, but moves like a basketball player. With a combo of dexterity and strength, Lebron is unquestionably one of the greatest players of our time.
Insurance of Choice: Progressive. Lebron dons Flo’s haircut in promos for the insurance company, acting as his safe driving alter-ego Flobron.

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Flobron takes the court.

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Flobron and Progressive’s Flo talk safe driving.

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Height: 6-foot-3
Weight: 190lbs
Team: Golden State Warriors
What makes his game unusual: One of the smallest players in the league, with one of the best three-point shots out there.
Insurance of choice: State Farm. Stephen plays his twin brother Sebastian Curry, who has a masters in disasters and a Ph.D. in calamity.

Sebastian Curry is the brains to Stephen Curry’s brawn.

So, you’ve seen the evidence on the court and with the insurance companies. Ready to settle this debate? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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