Stephen Curry Clinches Second Magic Johnson Award

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry clinched his second Magic Johnson Award for the 2023-24 season, as announced by the Professional Basketball Writers Association on Wednesday. 

This accolade, decided by over 200 writers and editors, celebrates players who excel on the court while demonstrating cooperation and grace with the media and fans. 

Curry, who previously won the award in 2016, joins Damian Lillard and Shane Battier as the only other two-time recipients.

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry

The 36-year-old, renowned for his remarkable career, has racked up numerous accolades in his 15 seasons, including two league MVP titles, four NBA championships, and ten All-Star selections. 

In addition to his on-court achievements, Curry's off-court contributions were recognized last season when he won the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award and the Social Justice Champion title. 

In the 2023-24 season, Curry maintained his stellar performance, averaging 26.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 5.1 assists, earning him the Clutch Player of the Year distinction.

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