This is the time of year everyone seems to be campaigning for the MVP Award. LeBron James would vote for himself. Kevin Love would vote for Russell Westbrook. Mark Jackson would vote for James Harden.
James Harden would vote for himself, as well.
Somehow Harden saying that rubbed Curry the wrong way, reports Monte Poole CSNBayArea.com.
Informed of Harden’s comments after leading the Warriors to a 116-105 win over the Blazers, Curry merely shrugged as he strolled toward the trainer’s room.
“Ahh . . . that might have been a little aggressive,” the point guard told CSN Bay Area.
First off, on the Dan Patrick Show Curry admitted he would vote for himself if he could (Curry said if he couldn’t vote for himself he’d vote for LeBron). How is that different than Harden?
And if that’s not over the top, what about the PR staff for the Warriors personally calling all 177 media members with award votes to campaign for Curry? (Only 125 have MVP votes, broken out by region.) That’s happening according to the report. Is that not aggressive?
Everyone is campaigning for their guy, Curry and the Warriors are no exception. Own up to it.