Steph Curry ends remarkable 2021/22 season with finals MVP Badminton


Stephen Curry has ended the 2021/22 NBA season on a remarkable note after adding the 2022 finals MVP to his season accolades.

The 34-year-old point scored 34 points, 7 assists, and 7 rebounds to help the Golden State Warriors secure a 103-90 win in Game 6 to secure a 4-2 series win over Boston Celtics on Friday.

Warriors secured the franchise’s seventh championship overall while Stephen Curry won his 4th title on a 4-6 finals record.

Earlier in the season, Stephen Curry already broke Ray Allen’s three points record, won the all star MVP, won the first ever Western Conference Finals MVP.

Despite these accolades and like he also alluded to in March 2021 with the “I have a lot to accomplish, I don’t have anything to prove,” statement he has added his 4th ring and the finals MVP.

Stephen Curry’s 2021/22 season accolades

• First player ever with 3,000 made 3P
• All Star Game MVP
• First ever West Finals MVP
• Finals MVP
• NBA champion for the 4th time


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