Ayesha Curry takes to Twitter to show her support for Steph Curry winning the MVP this season as America agrees with her as well.
Steph Curry is all NBA fans have been able to think about since the trade deadline as he’s been on an astounding tear on the offensive end of the floor.
As if keenly listening to analysts such as Kevin O’Connor, Curry upped his 3 point attempts per game from around 11 to near 16 a game. Knowing Steph and the fact that he’s the greatest shooter to ever play in the NBA, his efficiency didn’t take a dip one bit.
He’s been averaging 39 points per game since the start of April and these otherworldly stats of his aren’t empty in the slightest, as the Warriors have been winning quite consistently for about 2 weeks now.
They are currently 6-2 in their last 8 games, following a blowout over the Denver Nuggets last night as Steph put on yet another show, dropping 32 points on 11-18 shooting from the field.
Amidst Steph Curry’s torrid run, Ayesha Curry has come out in support of her husband’s MVP case for this season.
Twitter shows Steph Curry to be the MVP favorite among fans and Ayesha Curry agrees.
Twitter data that was released by TheScore gives us an insight on who Twitter users believe should be the MVP in 2021. Surprisingly, Steph Curry edges out all candidates by a landslide as nearly the entirety of Eastern United States is rooting for the 3x champ to snag the award, while parts of the south such as Texas are also aboard the Curry MVP case.
Ayesha Curry took to Twitter to react to this graphic by captioning it, “Love it! Let’s go!”
Love this!!!!! Let’s go!!!! 🙏🏽🙏🏽 https://t.co/ehdLMt3gFI
— Ayesha Curry (@ayeshacurry) April 24, 2021
The former Davidson guard has made it clear that he believes he is deserving of the award because of the way he’s been playing as of recent, but said he ultimately acknowledges the fact that he won’t get many votes.
This will most probably pan out the way Steph Curry said it would be incredibly upsetting to give the MVP to a player on a team that is below or at .500; not when there are stars such as Joel Embiid and Nikola Jokic who are putting up incredible stats, all while leading their respective teams to top 4 seeds in their conferences.