How many wins do the Warriors need for Curry to get MVP?
It's a good question. I would say they probably got to be around the 50 win range, right? Um maybe just a shade under. I think he definitely is putting together a reasonable case, though. If you especially if you look at how the Warriors finished with without him last year and how they're competing this year on, then Obviously that 10 game run, for the exception of yesterday, when I think he he said the record in his personal career for most three attempts. And I think you only hit five. But yeah, I would probably say High forties, maybe low fifties is on the very, very optimistic end. Yeah, there's only seven. There's only 73 games this year to our 72 games this year, too. So I guess, you know, factoring that and probably no low forties. Yeah, yeah, yeah. When this question comes in my mind, I definitely think of like the classic, um win Total and 50 does feel like like the right kind of ballpark number, but yeah. I mean, you gotta you can't really? I mean, Russell Westbrook probably that exception of getting that, you know, his triple double season, our second triple double season, Um, where they weren't a very good team, but yeah, it looks like, you know, the warriors were just a little over 500. I don't think, you know, I think that they can come in that 60 or seventh seed on. Do you have him winning M v P? So they certainly need to get up in that top three. Um, you know, maybe jazz kind of lose some heat there will slip into that third spot, but I mean, hard to imagine, even even if they could get up to the fourth seed. It's hard for me to picture stuff getting three m v p, especially considering some of the other guys seasons and be the Yokich LeBron like. I mean, if if his team's winning, yeah, great, but if not