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Steph Curry may be the reigning MVP but the majority of basketball fans still don’t recognize him as the best player in the world. That title is still saved for Lebron James, who as Vegas might have it, is a pretty strong favorite to win the MVP award this year.
It seems like a life time since the last time we’ve been able to watch Kevin Durant ball. With him being out for a good part of this past season, his team not making the playoffs, and spectacular play from super stars like LeBron James and Steph Curry, Kevin Durant has unfortunately become of thought of the past. It looks like he may be tired of people leaving him out of the elite conversations.
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With what turned out to be an amazing MVP race toward the end of the season, Chef Curry a.k.a Steph Curry crowned king of the league for the 2014-15 season. The league’s MVP runner up, James Harden, shared his thoughts on the decision. Click more to see his response!
Congratulations are in order for Steph Curry after news was just leaked that he will be named the NBA MVP for the 2014-2015 season! The award should come as no surprise because the only real competitor down the stretch was the Rockets James Harden but it was already assumed Steph would win. The announcement is expected to be made before the Warriors play game two of their series against the Grizzlies.
There is only one NBA regular season award left to hand out and it is the biggest one of them all. THE MVP has basically become a two man race between Steph Curry & James Harden. Opinions are divided, everyone thinks they make the best case for their guy to win and it should be one of the closer votes in recent memory. Votes were turned in by April 14th, so essentially the winner has already been declared, just not announced. Well you can count Kobe Bryant as someone who would throw his vote behind Harden over Curry.
Steph Curry and the Warriors seem to be making enemies as they go along. Players on Golden State, mainly Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green like to talk, especially this season as they own the best record in the NBA. James Harden says he deserves the MVP himself over Steph, which is what you would expect him to say, not too mention a lot of people would agree. Curry for whatever reason got rubbed the wrong way by that and says the bearded one is being too aggressive trying to win the award with the voters.
Steph Curry is all the talk this morning after his monster game last night against the Blazers, where he dropped 45 points and broke his own single season record for three pointers made. Everyone woke up today saying the MVP race is now over, because that is what people do. They let emotions impact their statements and totally forget about reality. Just because Steph had a good game last night does not mean he has outperformed James Harden the entire season and Harden has no problem saying he deserves the award more.
Many of the players have often revealed their issue with the media voting for the important awards, when it’s the players themselves who would have more insight since they actually battle each other each night. New union executive director Michele Roberts instituted a new set of awards this year where the players will vote.