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Stephen Curry Final MVP! Golden State won in 4 years

Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry Final MVP! Golden State won in 4 years

Stephen Curry

National Basketball Association (NBA) superstar Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors) finally has everything. Despite his brilliant career such as winning three times, MVP of the regular season, and MVP of the All-Star Game, he was always disappointed not to be the main character in the championship match, but this time he stood as the brightest star at the end.

Curry, who added his MVP career in the Championship by winning his seventh career, has now completed his career as Michael Jordan, the “King of Basketball.” At the same time, the debate over the best player in NBA history surrounding him also ended.

Curry led his team to a 103-90 victory by scoring 34 points (7 rebounds and 7 assists), the most in both teams, in Game 6 of the 2021-22 NBA Boston Celtics at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, on the 17th. His long three-pointer threw 11 and hit six

Golden State, which ended the series with four wins and two losses, announced its “return of the dynasty” in four years. In addition, he has won four times in the past eight seasons and has firmly maintained his position as the strongest team since the 2010s. On the other hand, Boston, which holds the record for most championships (18 times), failed to regain its hegemony in 14 years.

This season’s championship game was for Curry. Curry averaged 31.2 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists during the series, and was unanimously selected as the Championship MVP. Although he failed to score a single three-point shot in Game 5, he slightly lost his pride, but on average, he scored 5.2 points per game and his success rate reached 43.7%.

National Basketball Association (NBA) superstar Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors) finally has everything. Despite his brilliant career such as winning three times, MVP of the regular season, and MVP of the All-Star Game, he was always disappointed not to be the main character in the championship match, but this time he stood as the brightest star at the end.

Curry, who added his MVP career in the Championship by winning his seventh career, has now completed his career as Michael Jordan, the “King of Basketball.” At the same time, the debate over the best player in NBA history surrounding him also ended.

Curry led his team to a 103-90 victory by scoring 34 points (7 rebounds and 7 assists), the most in both teams, in Game 6 of the 2021-22 NBA Boston Celtics at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, on the 17th. His long three-pointer threw 11 and hit six

Golden State, which ended the series with four wins and two losses, announced its “return of the dynasty” in four years. In addition, he has won four times in the past eight seasons and has firmly maintained his position as the strongest team since the 2010s. On the other hand, Boston, which holds the record for most championships (18 times), failed to regain its hegemony in 14 years. 토토사이트

This season’s championship game was for Curry. Curry averaged 31.2 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists during the series, and was unanimously selected as the Championship MVP. Although he failed to score a single three-point shot in Game 5, he slightly lost his pride, but on average, he scored 5.2 points per game and his success rate reached 43.7%.

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