Steph Curry’s Top 10 plays of 2015-16

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May 26, 2016; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) reacts after scoring against the Oklahoma City Thunder during the second quarter in game five of the Western conference finals of the NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Stephen Curry had a lot of incredible plays over the 2015-16 season; here are his top 10 of them.

Stephen Curry dazzled his way to a second consecutive Most Valuable Player award. He had one of the most incredible individual seasons in NBA history, scoring the ball unlike anyone else ever. He combined flash with substance.

Not only was he the best, he was also the most exciting. While many people want to use a few bad games in the NBA Finals as confirmation of why neither of those assessments are true, they absolutely are. Curry has been special.

He led the Warriors to a record 73-win season. He won the scoring title, averaging 30 points in less than 35 minutes per game (the first time that’s ever been done). He shattered his record for three-pointers made in a season, hitting an incredible 402 in the regular season. All of his hard work made him the undeniable and–for the first time in league history–unanimous MVP.

On a nightly basis, Curry did something that had everyone–friend or foe–out of their seats in disbelief. He did some things that are so freakish and ridiculous that you couldn’t possible replicate it in NBA 2k17. It was magic. He was an artist and the court was his canvas. He made impossible look routine.

You could probably make an hour-long video of his most incredible highlights from the season and it wouldn’t be enough. It’s very hard to narrow down all of his wizardry to just 10 plays. I’m going to try it anyways. Here are Steph Curry’s top 10 plays of the 2015-16 season.

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