Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry named NBA Finals MVP for 1st time in career

Stephen Curry pulled up from 29 feet out and buried another 3-point dagger before pointing to his right ring finger in the third quarter of Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night. 

Underneath Boston's historic championship banners and on the Celtics' hallowed parquet floor, Curry didn't just put another ring on it -- he cemented his future Hall of Fame legacy by joining an exclusive 

Curry won his fourth championship and the one honor that had eluded him when he was unanimously named the Bill Russell NBA Finals

Afterward, Curry saw Bay Area rapper Mistah F.A.B. and shouted out, "What are they gonna say now, boy?" 

Curry detractors can no longer point to the NBA's greatest shooter not having a Finals MVP to his name anymore. 

"But to have the opportunity to go for a fourth [championship], and to accomplish this goal, too, God is great," Curry said about the Bill Russell trophy. "Just happy I got to do it."