I will say though, it's some pretty weak shit that he's a certain future HOFer despite the fact that:
1) More often than not, he gets outplayed or embarrassed by other top-tier PGs in the game. He's had 3 acceptable/good games for a HOF player in his last 9 meetings (last 3 seasons) with Westbrook, 4 acceptable/good games in the past 5 seasons against CP3 (out of 13 meetings).
2) There's been visible and statistical evidence of his team performing better without him, in his prime. Conference finals and a decent chunk of the finals can support this.
3) He didn't win FMVP in a title run in his prime, in a team where he should've clearly been the best player. And it wasn't a Pippen scenario in which he lost it to the GOAT, he lost it to a 22 year old 3rd season player.
He's definitely a HOF player, but the basketball HOF is an utter joke when TP is a 100% lock and not even debatable.