The latest NBA Ekings News has revealed that Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry won Magic Johnson’s Most Valuable Player award in the Western Finals.

Stephen Curry was named the Western Finals’ first Most Valuable Player, and Draymond Green embraced the Golden State War star. The Warriors lifted him up, and screamed.

Stephen Curry smiles and laughs. As he celebrated his return to the NBA Finals with the Magic Johnson Most Valuable Player trophy, the first Western Final after the Golden State Warriors defeated the Dallas Mavericks with a 120-110 victory in Game 5.


The League introduced new trophies for the MVP of both the Eastern and Western Finals. The Eastern trophy is named after Larry Bird. “This new trophy is cool,” said Stephen Curry, who was chosen by nine media members, “especially the ones that are named after the standards of Magic. Johnson is defined in terms of being a champion and playing as a point guard. But no matter what other position he plays, It’s just the excellence he has shown throughout his playing career.”

Stephen Curry has a full performance in the Western Finals. He averaged 23.8 points, 7.4 assists, 6.6 rebounds, and 43.9% shot down from three points in the series. The Warriors said of Kerry, “Everything revolves around him. We have a lot of great players around him. Those players that get along well. It all starts step by step. He did a lot of damage to the opposite defense. Then even on the nights, he didn’t shoot the ball very accurately. But he forced himself to be the core. and frees other players.”

“His defensive games throughout the year have been completely underestimated. He’s as strong as ever. He can play for 35 minutes, battling through screens time and time again. Then on the other side, he got the ball, giving others a chance. and shoot yourself.”

Stephen Curry’s return to NBA Finals is the real reward. Especially after reaching the final five times in a row between 2014-15 and 2018-19 and winning three. However, Golden State has missed the playoffs for two consecutive seasons, but the Warriors are now in the final for the sixth time in eight years, the first team to do so since Chickaka Boo. Les from 1991 to 1998, led by Michael Jordan and Scotty Pippen.

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