Curry, El Mas Valioso ; la Estrella De Los Warriors, Stephen Curry, Supero a James Harden Y a LeBron James

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Curry, El Mas Valioso ; la Estrella De Los Warriors, Stephen Curry, Supero a James Harden Y a LeBron James


Jeff Chiu / The Associated Press El armador de Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry condujo a su equipo a ser el mejor de la temporada regurar con un record de 67 ganados y 15 perdidos y supero su propio record de encestes de 3 puntos en una temporada.

Por Antonio Gonzalez

The Associated Press

OAKLAND, California. -- Algunos decian que era demasiado pequeno. Otros que era demasiado fragil.

Ahora todos tendran un nuevo cartel que pegarle a Stephen Curry: "Mas Valioso".

El armador de los Golden State Warriors fue elegido el lunes 4 de mayo el Jugador Mas Valioso de la NBA, superando con cierta holgura a James Harden, de Houston, que quedo segundo.

Curry fue la primera seleccion de 100 de los 130 periodistas que participaron en la votacion y sumo mil 198 puntos, contra los 936 de Harden, que figuro primero en 25 papeletas. LeBron James, de Cleveland y quien se llevo este premio cuatro veces, quedo tercero con 552 puntos y los otros cinco primeros lugares.

Russell Westbrook, de Oklahoma City Thunder, fue cuarto con 352 unidades y Anthony Davis, de los Pelicans de Nueva Orleans, quedo quinto con 203.

De la mano de Curry, los Warriors sumaron 67 victorias, mas que nunca en su historia, y el armador se confirmo como uno de los jugadores mas espectaculares de la liga.

Curry recibio el premio en una ceremonia el lunes en Oakland.

Pocos discuten sus meritos.

Luego de un entrenamiento por la manana, James dijo que Curry es la principal razon por la que los Warriors se han convertido en un equipo de cuidado. …

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