Curry received all 131 first-place votes to post 1,310 points in the balloting. San Antonio forward Kawhi Leonard (634) was second, followed by Cleveland forward LeBron James (631) and Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook (486).
Curry averaged a league-leading 30.1 points and made an NBA-record 402 3-point baskets while guiding Golden State to a 73-9 record, the best regular-season mark in NBA history.
Curry set a record for most points scored in overtime Monday night against the Portland Trailblazers. He added 17 points in 5 minutes to help the Warriors win.