Sources: Stephen Curry wins MVP for the second reason in a row

Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors.
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The National Basketball Association will name point guard Stephen Curry its Most Valuable Player for the second season in a row, confirmed through several league sources.

Curry has led the Golden State Warriors team into its best season in NBA history. Curry is the first player to score at least 30 points per game while playing an average of fewer than 35 minutes, according to NBC Bay Area News. He scored 402 three-pointers this season, breaking his own record.

Curry will be the third point guard to be named MVP more than once, alongside Magic Johnson and Steve Nash, said NBC Bay Area News.

The official announcement is expected as soon as Tuesday.

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