Last week runner up for the 2014-15 MVP trophy James Harden stated that he should have been the one that lifted the trophy, not Steph Curry.
It didn't take long for Steph Curry to respond, but his response might not be what you expect.
Brushing It Off
Speaking to Monte Pool of CSNBayArea.com, Curry stated: "It doesn’t change what happened last year.” Curry was not looking to call out Harden or start any war of words but seemed to be searching for answers as to why Harden would bring the subject up.
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“I don’t know, different guys find different ways of motivating themselves. I’ve never been one to just . . . I’m obviously confident in what I do, and I know he’s confident in what he does. It might come out in a different way."
There is no doubt that these two will once again be contenders for the MVP trophy as they try to steer their respective teams towards an NBA title.
But Curry it seems prefers to do his talking on the court: "I try not to do a lot of talking, especially (regarding) things that have passed. Obviously, you’ve got to motivate yourself and I’m sure he’s motivated this year to do some special things. I’m the same way.”
The MVP race seems to have started before the season has even begun with both Steph Curry and James Harden, as well as Sacramento Kings centre DeMarcus Cousins, stating a claim for the title. As well as this there is the long list of players that are always sniffing around the biggest individual award in the NBA.
Whatever happens it will be interesting to see the drama unfold this season.