Steph Curry is not going to win his third straight MVP award.
Who does he think should take home the hardware?
"Just thinking about the season as a whole and all the spectacular things we saw from Russ to James to Kawhi, to LeBron James to Isaiah, myself, KD before he got hurt, you can’t really make a bad decision on who to vote for," Curry told Marc Spears of The Undefeated. "It’s just a matter of how you define MVP.
"That seems to kind of change from year to year just depending on your preference and what you enjoy watching on the court, what matters most to you in that kind of sense. I said (Harden) probably a month ago on what Houston was projected to do going into the season. But, obviously, I’m not voting on it."
In mid-March, Dan Patrick asked Curry to pick an MVP.
Curry chose to "cop out" until the regular season was over, but then declared, "I'd probably say James (Harden)."
The NBA is changing things up this year and won't reveal the winner until a June 26 awards show.
"It will be interesting to see how it unfolds," Curry added. "What sucks about it is you have to wait so long now for the guys who are in that conversation."
Two years ago, Curry gave his MVP speech on May 4.
Last year, his speech was on May 10.
For the second straight year, the Warriors will meet the Trail Blazers in the postseason.
And it was set up in dramatic fashion.
Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook, who earlier in Sunday's game in Denver broke Oscar Robertson's single-season triple-double record, hit a game-winning 3-pointer as time expired to lift the Thunder past the Nuggets 106-105.
The loss eliminated the Nuggets from playoff contention and allowed Portland to clinch the 8th and final spot in the West.
The Warriors won all four meetings with the Blazers this season:
Nov. 1, 2016 in Portland: Warriors 127, Blazers 104
Dec. 17, 2016 in Oakland: Warriors 135, Blazers 90
Jan. 4, 2017 in Oakland: Warriors 125, Blazers 117
Jan. 29, 2017 in Portland: Warriors 113, Blazers 111
Last year, the Warriors defeated the Blazers in five games in the Western Conference Semifinals.
The NBA playoffs begin next weekend.
Westbrook's game-winner finished off a 50-point, 16-rebound, 10-assist performance, his record-setting 42nd triple-double of the season.
Hip hop artist Kendrick Lamar's new album "The Heart Part 4" drops on April 7, but his lyrics are already making waves.
Lamar, who hails from Compton, California, appears to take a shot at Kevin Durant for his decision to leave the Thunder and join the Warriors this past offseason in free agency.
From the single titled "IV":
Tables turned, lessons learned, my best look
You jumped sides on me, now you 'bout to meet Westbrook
Go celebrate with your team and let victory vouch you
Just know the next game played, I might slap the s--- out you
Technical foul, I'm flagrant, I'm foul
They throwin' me out, you throw in the towel
If the Warriors face the Thunder again this season, it will be in a playoff series. Golden State swept Oklahoma City 4-0 during the regular season, winning 122-96 on Nov. 3, 121-100 on Jan. 18, 130-114 on Feb. 11, and 111-95 on March 20.
Their average margin of victory was just under 20.