Steph Curry to be named MVP

In what is probably the most unsurprising news of the day, Marc Stein and fellow NBA journalists are reporting that Steph Curry is going to be named MVP for the 2015/16 season.

Curry, who is currently sitting out injured with a right-knee strain, lead the league in scoring and hit a regular season record 402 three pointers.

This is all without mentioning that the Warriors finished with 73 wins for the season, beating the former record held by the prestigious 1995/96 Michael Jordan led Bulls.

Experts around the league predict that Curry will be the first unanimous MVP winner after LeBron James fell one vote short in 2012 when a certain reporter believed Carmelo Anthony deserved said vote.

With the Warriors currently leading their Western Conference semi-finals 2-1 against the Portland Trailblazers, head coach Steve Kerr will more than likely continue to rest the now back-to-back MVP winner until he is 100% healthy.

And while the 28-year-old might not like the decision, his team is more than capable of winning games with Draymond Green and Klay Thompson leading the charge.

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