Though he won a championship with the Warriors in 2015, Steph Curry was not the Finals MVP. That honor, to the surprise of pretty much everyone, went to Andre Iguodala.

Now the Warriors are back in the Finals and find themselves up 2-0 over the LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. And, similar to last year, the MVP up to this point has not been Steph Curry. Though he has played well, it has been the Warriors’ supporting cast that has really shined, most notably Shaun Livingston, Draymond Green, and, yet again, Andre Iguodala.

We doubt this matters much to Steph (as long as the Warriors win), but some reporters just love to ask the stupid questions.

“I don’t know how to answer that one,” Steph replied with a smirk on his face.

And how could he? Here is a guy who is on the verge of winning back-to-back NBA titles after winning back-to-back MVP (one of which was unanimous), and this reporter can’t think of any other questions than if Steph is worried that his teammates (who helped get him to this point) will “steal” his Finals MVP.


Curry and the Warriors will have a chance to go up 3-0 in this Finals series when they play the Cavs Wednesday night at 9pm (EST). We'll see if Steph can show why he was voted regular season MVP.

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