Golden State Warriors star point guard Stephen Curry doesn't care about winning Finals MVP, as winning the title is all he really cares about.
Andre Iguodala won Finals MVP in 2014 and Kevin Durant has won the last two. Curry gets made fun of a lot on social media for not having a Finals MVP on his résumé, but clearly, the two-time league MVP could care less.
One of many examples of Steph Curry’s value: he’s not wrapped up in Finals MVP and has been supportive when Iguodala (2015) and Durant (2017, 2018) won pic.twitter.com/n2RN8FNae2
— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) May 27, 2019
We need to have a discussion about Curry arguably being the most unselfish superstar of all-time. This is a guy who doesn't care about stats, Finals MVPs or being the man on offense.
After all, Curry actively recruited Kevin Durant to the Warriors in the summer of 2016, fully knowing KD's arrival would impact his game. At the end of the day, Steph wants to be remembered for winning and nothing else.
The Warriors are playing in their fifth straight Finals. With a win, Golden State would capture their third straight title and fourth ring in five years. Curry is looking to win his fourth championship, and he would have more rings than LeBron James and Dwyane Wade if he accomplishes that goal.
In the 2019 playoffs, Curry is averaging 27.3 points, 6.3 rebounds and 5.6 assists while shooting 45.2 percent from the field, 39.0 percent from beyond the arc and 94.0 percent from the free-throw line.