Week In Review 5/8/16-5/14/16

Warriors point guard Stephen Curry won the MVP award by a unanimous vote. He’s the first-ever unanimous winner. Shaquille O’Neal and LeBron James each fell one vote shy of winning MVP unanimously in 2000 and 2013, respectively. Curry collected 130 first-place votes from writers and broadcasters as well as the fan vote, according to the league. Kawhi Leonard finished second in the voting, followed closely by LeBron James. Thunder stars Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant were fourth and fifth, respectively. The balloting system awarded 10 points for a first-place vote, seven points for a second-place vote, five points for a third-place vote, three points for a fourth-place vote and one point for a fifth-place vote.

Here’s a look back at more of the notable events from around the NBA this past week…

NBA Draft News

  • Kansas junior combo guard Wayne Selden was unable to participate in draft combine workouts this week after undergoing surgery to repair a small meniscus tear in his right knee. He was replaced by Miami senior shooting guard Sheldon McClellan.



Miscellaneous News

  • The Grizzlies parted ways with head coach Dave Joerger.
  • Scott Skiles resigned as coach of the Magic.
  • Spurs GM R.C. Buford won the Executive of the Year award.
  • The Kings signed Dave Joerger to a four-year, $16MM deal to be their new head coach.
  • Hornets point guard Kemba Walker underwent surgery Monday to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee.
  • Mavs point guard Devin Harris underwent successful surgery to repair damage to his left big toe and left thumb.
  • The Kings dismissed assistant coaches Chad Iske and John Welch.

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