Steph Curry Is The MVP!

Steph Curry has been the best player in the NBA this season and it is not even close.  He should be named MVP at the end of the season if they make the playoffs.  Currently, Jokic, Embiid, and Giannis are the top three with Curry at +10,000 according to Sports Betting Dime.

First off, +10,000???  What fucking games are you watching?  Second, Jokic is great and all but Denver is an overall good team.  They have great pieces around him and Murray that they can contender without one of them.  Same goes for Emiid.  He has Ben Simmons and Tobias Harris.  But Steph Curry has no one!  He is currently averaging 39ppg in his last 10 and 31ppg on the season.  In those 10 games, they’re 6-4 and are holding onto that eight/nine seed.

The MVP is always a controversial award.  I feel like it is always up for debate and never really goes to the true winner.  I think they should wait for the Finals to be over before you award it, but then again I think it should be award at the end of the regular season.  I honestly go back and forth.  I think if Curry brings the Warriors to a playoff series.  Yes, series.  None of that play in bullshit, then he should be the MVP.

I think a lot of people, including myself sometimes, forget that the MVP is most valuable.  If that is the case then the NBA has two of them yearly: LeBron James and Steph Curry.  These two are the most valuable, non-replaceable players in the league.  Of course LeBron is a favorite every year, but what Curry is doing is extremely impressive.  He is literally taking a bottom three team and dragging them by the neck to the finish line.  He has been the hottest player in the league and has been absolutely unconscious from deep this year.  With all due respect to Jokic, but he could not bring a bottom three team to the playoffs the way Curry is.  And to me, that deserves the highest award.

-John (Uncle_mac4)

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