Warriors star Stephen Curry won this year's Best NBA Player and Best Male Athlete at Wednesday's 2015 ESPY Awards, adding to his already long list of honors.
Curry beat other big names in the business, including LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans.
Curry thanked his family, including wife Ayesha — who gave birth to the couple's second daughter Friday — as well as his team while accepting the award.
"You know, I never imagined myself standing on this stage holding this award," he said, humble as always. "I'm 6-foot-3, 180 pounds soaking wet. It's really nice to be called an athlete once in a while. Thank you very much."
Warriors coach Steve Kerr won Best Coach at the ESPY Awards, making it an extra special night for the team.
"I'm 6-3, 180 soaking wet, so it's nice to be called an athlete every once in a while." --#ESPYS Best Male Athlete: http://t.co/HRxbjzfmJQ — ESPN (@espn) July 16, 2015
He led the Dubs to an NBA Championship in his rookie year & now he's named #BestCoach - Congrats @SteveKerr! #ESPYS pic.twitter.com/3cDKyGlJgV — Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) July 16, 2015
The @NBA MVP wins the #ESPYS award for best #NBAPlayer. Congratulations, @StephenCurry30. pic.twitter.com/CNB3AJrI71 — ESPYS (@ESPYS) July 16, 2015
What a night at the #ESPYS for @StephenCurry30. #BestMaleAthlete #BestNBAPlayer » http://t.co/wkiUlQ655F pic.twitter.com/mV96cSSc0q — Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) July 16, 2015
Man what?? Thanks 2 everyone who voted. Amazing honor. S/o to @KingJames @AaronRodgers12 @JJWatt that’s some incredible company! #ESPYAwards — Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) July 16, 2015