NBA Playoffs: Stephen Curry from the Golden State Warriors wins MVP
Stephen Curry was awarded the NBA finals after moving into the NBA. The Warriors' point Guard won the first award of the Magic Johnson Trophy for the MVP of the Western Conference Finals.
With 15 points (5/17 FG) and 9 assists, the 34-year-old played his weak game in this series in game 5, but over which five games the Guard put 23.8 points, 6.6 rebounds and 7.4 assists on average. A total of nine media representatives voted on the MVP of the Western Conference Finals after the series.
The trophy was awarded for the first time this year, in the west it is named after Magic Johnson, in the east after his great rivals in the eighties Larry Bird.
"This is a special moment for us," said Curry at the sixth move of his team into the final. "We know that we have not yet reached our goal, but we should celebrate after all the things we have gone through in the past three years."
For Curry, it is the first MVP trophy in the playoffs after he had to leave the first in 2015, 2017 and 2018 Andre Iguodala and Kevin Durant (2x). In the regular season, Curry won the Most Valuable Player award in 2015 and 2016.
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