What he did in the regular season is something that has only been done a handful of times in NBA history. He averaged 30 points in LESS than 35 minutes played a game. He had a player efficiency rating over 30. Steph even did something no other player had ever done: make 300 3's in a season. Then, he made FOUR HUNDRED three pointers this year. Don't get me wrong, the warriors are good with out him, but he takes them from a 50 team to a 73 win team. He is very valuable to the Warriors.
I thing because Stephen curry should win MVP because for first of all Russel westbrook sucks Stephen curry could beat him any time any where his team the golden state warriors is 73-9 the best record in NBA history And he can rank up 40 any time on the court with his 3's.
Stephen Curry is a strong player who regularly demonstrates himself to be an incredibly valuable member of his team. I think that the MVP award should always go to someone who truly improves their team, and is not being awarded for just being a great player themselves. I think that Curry is a good example of this.
He was one of the most successful player this season in NBA . No other player was so close to him , as far as performance and achievement were concerned . That's why i think it is the right decision and he is the right player to be awarded with MOST VALUABLE PLAYER (MVP) awards .
Stephen Curry has put forth an outstanding performance all season. He has helped to lift his team to a contender status. Because of his efforts his team is in contention. Without Curry his team would still be good but he boosts them into championship territory. They will go far into the offseason.
The NBA has made it a habit to award the award to the best player on the best team. Stephen Curry is definitely the best player on the Golden State Warriors. He led the team in scoring, assists and steals. Nobody was even close to him in the voting. James Harden came in a distant second.
Stephen curry is the first player in nba history to accomplish 73-9 he became the first ever with 402 threes in a single season and he became the first ever unanimous mvp and he's a killer on the floor and the quickest guy on the floor and he gets everybody hyped up
I think Steph Curry does deserve MVP because he is a killer 3 pointer. Look at the Warriors Streak. All of that is mostly Steph Curry. Look at all the other websites. All you guys saying LBJ will get it, are wrong. And anyway why should LeBron be in Space Jam 2 when he can't even protect Cleveland. Steph Curry MVP 2015-16 Season
Look at the stats, look at his team. All those players have become what they are now because of Steph's presence. People like Harrison Barnes and Bogut, even Draymond Green. They dont become they players they are without having Steph curry on their team. He gets them wide open looks because his presence alone attracts like all defenders. Deserving
If I were to actually choose someone in the west for MVP, it would be Damian Lillard because he knows how to carry a team all by himself unlike Curry. LeBron is the most valuable player alive because without him, the Cavs win 20 something games and with him it goes mid 50s
In the 2016 finals nobody choked as much as curry did.(Except for maybe Kevin Love) He couldn't defend Kyrie or Lebron, and he faltered throughout the whole series. An MVP is a player who brings his allto every game. Curry not only choked in one game, but his whole series was a choke fest(not to mention the series against the thunder) Sure he can shoot, but without his supporting cast and his coaches, would he succeed? He would be like John Wall on the Wizards. A good player but without a supporting cast that can help him win. In truth, he needs his team, not the other way around. Better MVP candidates from my perspective would be Lebron, Westbrook, or even Kyrie. Lebron took the cavs from last to first in one year, Westbrook is a main staple of a thunder offense that came one game close to beating the warriors, and lets not forget, who outclassed Steph at every aspect throughout the finals, other than Kyrie. These three guys bring more to every game than Curry will ever.
Unlike Lebron James the Warriors do not need a player all the time like Steph curry if he wasn't there they would still win game & he's playing like strait shit right now Kerr did not deserve coach of year missed over 40 games with a better backup coach and reasons why Lebron should have got it is because his team needs him he carried the cavs from last to first and is one of the best to do it he is a monster in the finals and can carry a team way better then curry could
Sure, he's a good shooter, but that's it. He is not physical, he can't play defense. Take Michael Jordan as an example, he could shoot, and is probably one of the best defensive players in nba history, Russell Westbrook can shoot, and he's either one of or the most explosive points guards in the nba right now. To be MVP, you have to be more than just a good shooter
No curry should not because Kevin love is not Kevin daurant is not lebron james is not russell. Westbrook is not. So why shpuld curry. Get a mvp award people who are reading this probly agree with me. Im pretty. Sure. The warriors. Will do just. Fine with out CURRY
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The most valuable player(MVP) is the player who brings most value, who leads the team if you will. Curry does not do that. First off, he does not try to motivate his team like Green does. Second, he does not even have 5 triple doubles this year, and Russel Westbrook had 18! Lastly, He was recently injured, and his team still won 3-1 both series. Is that really 'Most Valuable'.
MVP for me should be somebody whose absence would mean the doom of the team. GSW continued to cruise even without Curry which means that the team is not dependent on him to be a good one, thus he is not the "most valuable". There are players whose teams cant live without. There's Lebron, Harden, Westbrook... And their stats are even better. I would concede to the fact that Curry is an offensive machine, but that is it!
The team still wins games without him with ease, he just shoots alot of 3pt shots and runs his own stats up. Thats not MVP too me, The warriors are same team if not better without him. To put him above MJ,Shaq, and labron is a shame, giving first unanimus vote to a selfish 3pt glory hog with little man complex.
If is a 'most valuable player' award, shouldn't it go to someone that a team cannot live without? The Warriors seem to be cruising through the playoffs without him, and against the Western Conference that is supposedly so unstoppable. If Lebron is out, the Cavs falter. The same could be said for Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, or even Chris Paul for that matter. If a team continues to thrive in your absence, I can't see how you could be considered the MVP.