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As of right now, NBA players have absolutely no say in who wins the MVP award at the end of the season. Guys like Kevin Durant have suggested changing that. But at the moment, only certain members of the media are allowed to vote for the NBA MVP.

If Stephen Curry had a vote, though, he knows who he would vote for: Himself. At least, that's what he told Dan Patrick earlier today. But he also said that, if he wasn't allowed to select himself, he'd go with…LeBron James. It's an interesting choice, considering most people think Curry, James Harden, Russell Westbrook, and even Anthony Davis are having better seasons than LeBron (and that changes from week to week, as you can see here). But Curry didn't hesitate at all when he answered and said that he thinks LeBron deserves way more consideration.

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[via Pro Basketball Talk]