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CWEB - A humble Stephen Curry had this to say "I've gotten really good at ignoring people," Curry said when asked about James' comment questioning the definition of the word "valuable." James said Curry "definitely deserved" to win MVP. Curry, in his unlikely rise from undersized, relatively unheralded draft pick to star player to MVP to most important player in the game, has quietly overshadowed the player who embraced the moniker the Chosen One and once held the game in his hands.Which makes sense. We talk so often, amidst the flurry of record-breaking three-pointers -- and the small-ball, ball-movement, defense-and-team-first mantra that powered the Warriors to an all-time best 73 regular-season wins -- about how Curry has revolutionized the game.
Our Take: There is a difference between the MVP of the NBA League and MVP of your team. When you are MVP of your team of course you make your team better, but when you are MVP of the league, you make the league better. It's not just the quality of your skills, but also the quality of your character. Other words, you break records, set records, win championships, change the game completely, and the whole world wants to watch you play. Stephen Curry has proven his character in and outside the court.