The Golden State Warriors completed a sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers in the Western Conference Finals on Monday night, and in doing so, Stephen Curry poured in 37 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists in his latest eruption.

Curry enjoyed what was probably the best playoff series of his career during the four-game set, averaging a ridiculous 36.5 points, 8.3 rebounds and 7.3 assists over 39.8 minutes per game while shooting 46.9 percent from the floor, 42.6 percent from 3-point range and 93.8 percent from the free-throw line, silencing those who criticized his postseason performance through the first two rounds.

Afterward, Warriors wing Andre Iguodala had some incredibly high praise for Curry, calling him the second-best player to ever step on the court:

“I think he’s the second best ever,” Iguodala said, according to Marcus Thompson of The Athletic. “I always thought that about him. I knew but other people didn’t know. So I wasn’t surprised when he took over that series. But I always gave Tony Allen credit. Playing against him made you understand the grind of how hard it is to win. It’s supposed to be hard. You’re supposed to have to find another way. It’s supposed to be uncomfortable. He just embraced that. Just ingrained that into his system and it’s been there ever since.”

As for whom Iguodala thinks is the best player of all time? Thompson later clarified that Iguodala meant that Curry was second only to Jordan.

That is certainly a lofty statement to make, and I'm not sure anyone would agree with Iguodala, but one thing is for sure: Stephen Curry now has a signature playoff series under his belt.