Andrea Sturdivant|Monday May 9, 2016
PORTLAND, Ore.-Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will be entitled NBA Most Valuable Player for a second straight season, according to organization sources.
According to sources they told ESPN.com that the extensively foreseen honor for Curry is anticipated to be announced in the next few days, with the Warriors hover to return to Oakland, California, on Tuesday after Monday night’s Game 4 in Portland.
Curry has been an mind-boggling favorite to repeat as league MVP since the Warriors’ record-framework start to the season, when Warriors went 24-0 outperforming the previous record for perfect start to a season by nine wins—midway to a 73-9 mark that overshadow the 1995-96 Chicago Bull’s 72-10 record as the successful single season in NBA history.
Curry is demanding to become the first collectively chosen MVP in NBA history; Shaquille O’Neal and LeBron James dropped one vote shy of unified pick in 2000 and 2013, properly.
Curry has given himself a spot at across-the-board the selection thanks to a season as demographic prevalent as any guard has ever put together.
Curry is the first player in league history at any spot to moderate 30 points per game in less than 35 minutes per game over the development of a full season.
Curry also smashed his single-season NBA record for made 3-pointers with 402 — his preceding record was 286 last season — while accompanying Steve Nash and his coach, Steve Kerr, as the only players in league history to shoot at least 50 ratio from the floor, 45 ratio from 3-point range and 90 ratio from the line in a single season.
The 28-year-old will be the 11th player to achieve adjacent MVP awards in the NBA’s 70-season survival. LeBron James was the last to accomplish that victory with the Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013.
Author to credit: Marc Stein, ESPN Senior Writer
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