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Stephen Curry with and-1 circus shot (VIDEO)

Mar 21, 2014, 3:01 AM EDT

Milwaukee would not go away. They are not good but you have to like that this late in a lost season they are still playing hard nightly.

But they don’t have anyone like Stephen Curry.

Curry had 14 of his 31 in the fourth quarter and he was making plays — like this ridiculous circus shot.

Golden State hung on to win 115-110.

  1. progress2011 - Mar 21, 2014 at 10:09 AM

    This guy deserves the MVP award….in my opinion!

    Golden States record is 44 -26. They would DEFINITELY be 26- 44 without him.

    So, if we are basing the MVP on the player Most Valuable….as opposed to Most Popular…..

    Steph would win because he brings the most to his team, that has a winning record…..moreso, than LBJ and Durant respectively.

    • kclanton80 - Mar 21, 2014 at 12:34 PM

      Golden state also has a lot of talent that compliments curry’s abilities. There’s two other previous allstars in Iguadala and lee and, possible future allstar in Klay thompson. They also have a legit center which OKC and miami both lack. Lets also not forget about harrison barnes who is maybe their 5 or 6h best player but most teams would kill for their 5th best guy to be that good. Steph also only really plays on one side of the ball so….

      He is a great player not doubt and one of my favorites to watch but no way he is even close to being worthy of MVP consideration.

    • adamsjohn714 - Mar 21, 2014 at 3:01 PM

      The have one of the best defenses in the league and that has a lot to do with igoudala and bogut. I wouldn’t be so quick to call this team curry and friends. Sure, he’s their best player, but he’s hardly dragging them singlehandedly to the 6 seed. There are ways to calculate an individual’s contribution to the win column, and Durante and Lebron are head and shoulders above the league.

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