When Stephen "Steph" Curry won the 2015-16 NBA Most Valuable Player Award, he became only the 11th back-to-back winner in the history of the league. But this was a mere footnote on his success. After all, ten other players had been MVP in two straight seasons. What was special, unique and almost inconceivable was that Curry had become the first ever unanimous selection for the Maurice Podoloff Trophy. Not one single person on a panel of 130 voters consisting of sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada – as well as an NBA.com fan vote – chose anyone else. And why should they? Curry has sent longstanding NBA records tumbling and led his team, the Golden State Warriors, to one of their longest and greatest spells of outright success. At 28-years-old, there's still time for Steph to add yet more rings, take down yet more records and continue setting the world of basketball alight.