NBA Superstar Rankings 2015: Stephen Curry Soaring with Emphatic MVP Bid

January 13th, 2015 by Adam Fromal Leave a reply »
Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors aren't going anywhere. 

As the team with the NBA's best record continues rolling through the Western Conference, scoring with ease and preventing the opposition from doing the same on a nightly basis, the baby-faced assassin is only solidifying his MVP candidacy.

It's a candidacy that has already led several of Bleacher Report's NBA experts to proclaim Curry as the current leader for the award. Kevin Ding, for example: 

It's a great feeling to be able to endorse a new face on the scene of superstardom on his own merits. Instead of us canvassing rosters for someone after Kevin Durant sat out and LeBron James stepped back, Curry has been emerged as a full-fledged leader whose sweet scoring and timely passing has been supplemented by legit defensive value (two-plus steals per game!) for the best team in the league.

But does Curry emerging as the most valuable player mean that he's moved up to the top spot in these superstar rankings? He came in at No. 2 in the last edition, so has he made the leap up to the No. 1 position?

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