After propelling the Golden State Warriors to a 73-9 record, revolutionizing the art of shooting, and breaking a ton of records, Stephen Curry was named the 2015-16 NBA MVP and became the first unanimous MVP in league history. In second was the Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard, LeBron James of the Cavaliers was third, and the OKC Thunder’s Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant finished fourth and fifth, respectively.

Chris Paul, Draymond Green, Damian Lillard, James Harden, and Kyle Lowry rounded out the top-10.

Curry joins Magic Johnson, Steve Nash, and Michael Jordan as the only guards to win back-to-back, and he’s the first to get it in consecutive seasons since LeBron James in 2011-12 and 2012-13.

Steph led the NBA in a litany of categories: field goals made (805), three-point makes (402) & attempts (886), free throw percentage (.908), steals (169), steals per game (2.1), PER (31.5), and points per game (30.1).