Diving into Stephen Curry’s Unanimous MVP Year. May 10, 2016, marked a momentous day in the career of Warriors guard Stephen Curry: he was not only awarded his second consecutive NBA Most ...
Unanimous MVP Seasons in NBA History. This week, Stephen Curry became the first unanimous MVP in NBA history. There are many reasons for this distinction, including Golden State’s record-breaking win total, transparency in the voting process, and, above all else, Curry’s dominance on the court. Although Curry was the first unanimous MVP, he wasn’t the first player who deserved to be honored as such.
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May 10, 2016. NBA. he NBA made it official on Tuesday morning, as Steph Curry captured his second straight MVP award. T. Curry, who led the Warriors to a come-from behind victory on Monday night by scoring an NBA-record 17 points in overtime, becomes the first unanimous MVP in NBA history. He received all 131 first-place votes.
Tuesday, it was announced, that for the first time ever, we have a unanimous NBA Most Valuable Player. That’s Steph, of course. He got all 131 votes. Now, let’s begin by saying: I would have voted for Steph Curry too, and it would have been an easy decision.
— NBA (@NBA) July 21, 2021 Antetokounmpo was the unanimous pick, receiving all 11 votes from the media panel . Antetokounmpo is the NBA's first foreign-born Finals MVP since Dirk Nowitzki in 2011.
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Stephen Curry is the only player to win NBA MVP in unanimous fashion. A year after winning the award for the first time, Curry achieved the historic feat following the 2015-16 season, which, of course, was the year the Golden State Warriors finished with a 73-9 record, the best mark in NBA history. Curry had an absolutely magnificent season.
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