Stephen Curry hilariously chimes in on James Harden winning NBA MVP

Stephen Curry hilariously chimes in on James Harden winning NBA MVP

The Houston Rockets star was voted the NBA's Most Valuable Player after twice being runner-up, beating out four-time victor LeBron James and Anthony Davis of the Pelicans at the NBA Awards on Monday night.

The award winners for the 2017-18 National Basketball Association season will be revealed Monday night at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif., highlighted by the announcement of the Most Valuable Player award.

"The Beard" led all scorers with 30.4 points per game this past season, and finished third in assists (8.8 per game).

The Rockets star became the third player in team history to receive the award.

Gobert was also the top vote-getter for the NBA All-Defensive First Team after averaging 13.5 points, 10.7 rebounds and 2.3 swats per game. "I'll see y'all next year".

In other awards, Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers won Rookie of the Year. James was able to lead the Cavaliers to the Finals for the fourth straight season despite only having the fourth seed in the East. Houston's James Harden took home the big daddy of all trophies when he was named the league's MVP.

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He was also a finalist for Play of the Year for his spectacular block of Jazz forward Royce O'Neale in March, but the award went to James for his game-winning jump shot at the buzzer against the Minnesota Timberwolves in February. Unfortunately for him, his incredible playoff run didn't factor into the voting (since MVP is a regular-season award).

Lou Williams of the Los Angeles Clippers took Sixth Man honors.

He averaged 27.5 points on 54.2 percent from the field to go with a career-high 9.1 assists and 8.6 rebounds while playing all 82 games.

Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey was named the NBA's Executive of the Year.

Casey won over Quin Snyder of Utah and Brad Stevens of Boston.

Robertson, who was speaking at the NBA Awards on Monday night, said injustice affects everyone.

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