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Report: Stephen Curry wins MVP

Miller thinks Curry should be unanimous MVP, but explains why he won't on the Dan Patrick Show.

Stephen Curry didn’t just have the best season in the NBA this year.

He had one of the best seasons ever.

So, of course, the reigning Most Valuable Player turned Most Improved Player candidate will repeat as MVP.

Marc Stein of ESPN:

This was a forgone conclusion, and Curry absolutely deserves the honor. His outside shooting is unprecedented, and he contributes in so many other underrated ways – scoring at the rim, passing, screening, defending. He’s the best player in the NBA.

The news leaking now strongly indicates the league will announce full results later today, and that will answer the remaining big questions:

  • Did Curry become the first player to win the award unanimously? He should, but it takes only one voter to ruin that.
  • How will the rest of the voting shake out? LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard and Chris Paul could each finish anywhere 2-6.