Golden State’s Steph Curry Named First-Ever Unanimous NBA MVP

The second time’s the charm: Steph Curry is your first-ever unanimous NBA MVP.

FOX’s Chris Hoenig reports:

No other player, not even Michael Jordan, had ever received every single vote for the NBA’s Most Valuable Player Award:

(Curry) “I really don’t know what to say, it’s just a huge honor.”

Warriors guard Steph Curry led Golden State to the best regular season record in NBA history: (73-9): 

(Curry) “I hope we take a moment, you know every single day really, when we come into the practice facility or come into games and appreciate the bond that we have and how much fun we have going out there playing every single day.”

Curry made 402 three-pointers this season, at least one three in every single one of the 79 games he’s played, setting a league record with a three in 152 straight regular season games.

Averaging more than 30 points a game, he’s just the third player to ever lead the league in both points and steals in a single season.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News.

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