Steph Curry Named NBA's Most Valuable Player

The Golden State Warriors point guard has had an outright explosive season.

The NBA has announced Steph Curry has been named league MVP.

James Harden was the runner up, but Curry blew his competition out of the water:

Curry, who won the NBA All-Star 3-point contest in a landslide, led the league with 286 3-pointers for the season.

His teammate, Klay Thompson, trailed behind with 239.

Steph's 286 threes give him sole possession of the record for most threes in a season.

Curry also led the league in the following categories:

- 3-point attempts: 646

- Steals: 163

- Free-throw percentage: .914

- Value over replacement player: 7.9

He averaged 23.8 points per game through the regular season, and has averaged 31.5 points per game through five playoff games this postseason.

Steph's 44% 3-point percentage trails just two players in league history: Hubert Davis, and his current coach, Steve Kerr (.45.4%).

Here are a few more reasons Steph is undoubtedly the MVP, by the numbers:

Congrats, Steph!

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