Stephen Curry as Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown)
This is the perfect comparison for so many reasons.
In basically every season except the third one, Eleven comes to the rescue.
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In season 1, she kills the Demogorgon. In season 2, she closes the gate. Although season 3 doesn’t end quite as dramatic with 11 taking her powers to the next level, it does end with must-see drama in Hawkins.
Now, let’s get to how that relates to Stephen Curry.
While no NBA player is perfect, Curry has proven on multiple times that he’s the one that makes the Warriors work. Without Curry, the floor shrinks, playmaking is rare and the team crumbles, similar to how the show would be without Eleven.
Also, can we talk about Game 6 in Houston and the 2019 Western Conference Finals? Curry had the team on the road, hadn’t done a thing all first half, and erupted for 30+ in the second half to save the game and win the series.
The centric point of the team, Eleven, easily the most impactful character in Stranger Things, might not always be the focal point of the episode, but in the end, everything comes back to her. For Golden State, it’s going to start with Curry and ultimately finish with Curry.