Although Stephen Curry is expected to win his second straight MVP award, many would argue that he isn't the best all-around player in the NBA.

That honor many would argue belongs to Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard. However, one of Curry's Warriors teammates disagrees.

After a Game 1 Western Conference Semifinal victory over the Trail Blazers, Golden State center Andrew Bogut spoke highly of Draymond Green, who recorded a triple-double in the victory:

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Green responded saying he's “comfortable” with being the best all-around player. He somehow managed to combine humility and confidence, saying he would “never” call himself that – just that he won't “shy away from it” if others label him that way.

It's a fun argument to have, but the only sure thing is if the Warriors and Spurs meet in the Conference Finals, we'll see two of the best all-around players in the NBA battle it out.