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[post_page_title]Stephen Curry[/post_page_title]
To be fair, Curry is still adding to his legacy, and his chances of climbing this list are very high. Steph has been on a tear in recent years. In his first MVP season in 2014-15, he led the Golden State Warriors to their first championship since 1975. The following season, he became the first player to ever win the MVP award (his second) by a unanimous vote, also winning the scoring title in the process. He was very deserving of all the recognition, after leading the Warriors to the best single-season record in NBA history at 73-9, breaking the previous record held by Michael Jordan and the Bulls (72-10).

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