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A Tale Of Two MVPs: The NBA Finals Are HERE!!!

What happens when an unstoppable force (Stephen Curry) meets an immovable object (LeBron James).

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Let's start at the beginning. Golden State Warriors Guard Stephen Curry basically grew up on the court.

Steph's father, Dell, played for the Charlotte Hornets.

LeBron James was a phenom from a young age, dubbed as "The Chosen One" by Sports Illustrated when he was in high school.

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LeBron was one of the most hyped up athletes ever, with college scouts at almost every single one of his high school games.


And Steph Curry just won his first.

Not only that, but he also set the NBA record for the most three-pointers made in a season, beating his own record from last year.

NBA fans are spoiled with LeBron's high flying tendencies like this:

In the great words of Marc Jackson "MAMA THERE GOES THAT MAN!!!!!!!!!!"


The real beauty lies in Steph's long shots.

Stephen Curry stepback three RT @bballbreakdown:

And if they do win, Curry will be the 11th different player to win regular season MVP and Finals MVP.

Assuming he wins Finals MVP, which, duh.

The city of Cleveland has had their fair share of heartbreak when it comes to championships.

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...All John Elway needed was two minutes.


And the misfortune of running into a guy named Michael Jordan...

But no worries, LeBron eventually made his amends to the city of Cleveland.

But at the end of the day I think what we all really want is more Riley Curry at the podium.

Wayyyyyyy up.

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