Curry had long since wrapped up what became the first unanimous MVP award in NBA history.
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The marathon that is the NBA regular season is headed toward its final sprint. With less than a month remaining until the final night of the season on April 12, the races for MVP and Rookie of the Year are wide open, and there is seemingly no clear-cut favorite to win the championship.Golden State was headed toward an eventual NBA record for wins last season; now the Warriors aren't winning at all. Their three-game skid and Curry's slump have left San Antonio just a half-game back for the NBA's best record.RACES FOR EIGHTH: Milwaukee has surged into playoff position in the Eastern Conference with six straight wins, with Miami and Chicago both within 1½ games of the Bucks' lead for the eighth and last postseason spot.WOBBLY WARRIORS: Golden State is on its first three-game losing streak in the season since Nov. 20-23, 2013, an NBA-record 297 consecutive games without three straight regular-season losses.
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