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Stephen Curry selected as MVP in 2016 NBPA Players Voice Awards

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Stephen Curry earns more accolades for his historic season, winning MVP and repeating as Toughest to Guard and Clutch Performer.

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The National Basketball Players Association has announced its second annual awards and Stephen Curry walked away as the top honoree.

After selecting James Harden as the inaugural MVP last year, Curry won MVP in addition to repeating as the Clutch Performer and Toughest to Guard (formerly "Hardest to Guard) in the 2016 NBPA Players Awards.

The Golden State Warriors as a whole won Best Homecourt Advantage on the strength of Oracle Arena's reputation for being packed with passionate fans that turn the place into Roaracle.

The full list of winners can be found in the table below.

Award Winner
Toughest to Guard Stephen Curry
Coach You Most Like to Play For Gregg Popovich
Best Off the Bench Jamal Crawford
Best Defender Kawhi Leonard
Best Homecourt Advantage GSW / Oracle
Best Dressed Russell Westbrook
Best Rookie Karl Anthony Towns
Global Impact Kobe Bryant
Most Influential Veteran Tim Duncan
Player You Wish Was on Your Team LeBron James
MVP Stephen Curry
Best Social Media Follow LeBron James
Clutch Performer Stephen Curry
Best Comeback Player Paul George

Say what you will about the conclusion of the Warriors' season, but Curry's season was absolutely surreal and one heck of a ride to follow. Nevertheless, the NBPA's video Curry fanned the flames of all the obvious hot takes in his video for the Clutch Performer award.

Enjoy that Cleveland.