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Reports that Steph Curry would win the 2015 NBA MVP award surfaced over the weekend, and on this glorious Monday morning, the NBA's official Twitter account has let the news loose:

The @Warriors' @StephenCurry30 named 2014-15 @Kia NBA Most Valuable Player! #KiaMVP

— NBA (@NBA) May 4, 2015

Curry nabbed 100 first place votes, a full 75 more than second-placed James Harden, who was decidedly No. 2 after receiving the majority of second place votes. LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, and Anthony Davis rounded out the Top 5. Not much love for Chris Paul

Steph Curry officially named MVP. Here's a look at voting totals per the press release...

— Lang Whitaker (@langwhitaker) May 4, 2015

Well deserved, Steph. Harden may have meant more to his team, but the Warriors' top-seeded Western Conference record, along with optics of Curry's season, were always going to give him the edge here. After all, he was the Vine MVP/Most Vined Player this season in the NBA. 

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[via @NBA on Twitter