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MVP Stephen Curry’s Ultimate Career Mixtape (2016)

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Unanimously voted Most Valuable Player, scoring 402 threepointers during the regular season, and leading the Golden State Warriors to a 73-9 record (beating Michael Jordan‘s ’95/’96 Chicago Bulls record of 72-10), Stephen Curry is a force on the court. This NBA supercut of his most amazing moves shows some of the reasons why.

Of the MVP honor, the second generation NBA basketball player said:

“I never really set out to change the game. I never thought that would happen in my career. What I wanted to do was be myself. … I know it inspires the next generation. You can work every day to get better.”

Related reading: The Year of Steph Curry in numbers and The Golden State Warriors Have Revolutionized Basketball.

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