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 was better off just being quiet because if someone asked him who should win the award and he said himself, nobody would accuse him to being “too aggressive” trying to win the award.

Per CSN Bay Area:

Informed of Harden’s comments after leading the Warriors to a 116-105 win over the Blazers, Curry merely shrugged as he strolled toward the trainer’s room. […] “Ahh … that might have been a little aggressive,” the point guard said.

“Nothing left to say … except that (Curry’s) the MVP,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. […] “I don’t have a vote,” Warriors CEO Joe Lacob said, “But all I’m saying is, it would be criminal if he doesn’t get it. Period.”

“In any other year, maybe he is,” Lacob said of Harden’s MVP claim. “He’s great. He is deserving – in any other year, maybe.”

OK, so Harden can’t say anything about himself without getting a small shot thrown at him from Steph, but Steph can have his coach and owner of the team speak up for him in the media? Curry comes off looking like somewhat of a hater here because if you are an elite player you should believe you are the MVP, and that’s what Harden did.