Steph Curry to be named NBA MVP two years in a row | The Tylt
Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry is your MVP ... for the second year in a row! His season has been quite an impressive one. He's broken records with the Warriors' 73 wins and a solo record of 402 three-pointers. However, with popularity comes some backlash and as some critics would call it — overexposure.
However, does Curry deserve to be MVP two years in a row?
Some critics don't agree with picking Curry as the MVP two years in a row or even as last year's choice — feeling as though he's a sports and media favorite who doesn't quite deserve the attention. Some critics have named LeBron James or Russell Westbrook as more deserving. But ...
What do you think: #CurryMVP or #CurryNotMVP?
Steph Curry to be named NBA MVP two years in a row
For the second straight year, Steph Curry should not have won the MVP award— Hunter Hewitt (@hewi_6) May 9, 2016
I'm sorry but Steph Curry is a FANTASTIC shooter with great ball handling, but he is FAR from a complete player. He should not be the MVP— 8 to go (@BGan1725) May 9, 2016
Steph Curry is the Most Outstanding Player in the league, not the MVP tho. Warriors still win without him. Cavs can't win without LeBron— Greg Johnson (@gregjohnson66) May 9, 2016
I'm not knocking Steph Curry on winning the MVP I just feel Russell Westbrook deserves it more— Carlos⁶ (@Carlos_Dorsey) May 9, 2016