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.