Wishful thinking, resentment and loathing dictates agenda in Finals MVP voting. Reviewed by Momizat on . After ESPN’s Rachel Nichols voted for Kevin Durant over Stephen Curry for the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player, she callously asked Curry post game if it hurts t After ESPN’s Rachel Nichols voted for Kevin Durant over Stephen Curry for the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player, she callously asked Curry post game if it hurts t Rating:
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Wishful thinking, resentment and loathing dictates agenda in Finals MVP voting.

After ESPN’s Rachel Nichols voted for Kevin Durant over Stephen Curry for the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player, she callously asked Curry post game if it hurts that he didn’t get the other trophy. Mark Schwartz reiterated the fact that Curry played in four NBA Finals and has yet to win the Finals MVP award, assumed that he cares less, and asked what did it say about the Golden State Warriors’ locker room and its unselfishness. It was a fair and solid question on the surface. However, the focus was more about the introductory statement about the MVP than it was about the question regarding the locker room’s culture. Schwartz tried it and pressed his luck with Kevin Durant in his postgame presser.

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