At the first ever National Basketball Players Association Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday night, both Stephen Curry and Warriors fans at Oracle Arena were honored.
The NBA's awards have already been traditionally handed out, but the ceremony was the first time players were able to vote on awards for their peers.
"We as players want the opportunity to recognize our peers," Carmelo Anthony said, according to the NBPA press release. "We are making that happen with our own award show."
One surprise was who the players voted as the league's MVP. Although Curry was named the NBA's MVP this past season, the players went a different direction and voted for Houston Rockets guard, James Harden.
Curry may have lost in one award, but he gained two others. On the night, Curry was named Hardest to Guard and Clutch Performer.
Not only was the Warriors' point guard recognized, so were Golden State's fans by being named Best Homecourt Advantage. After going 39-2 in the regular season before the Warriors went on to win a title, one thing became clear: there's a real homecourt advantage at Oracle Arena.
Here's a look at the complete list of winners from the inaugural event:
Most Valuable Player: James Harden, SG, Houston Rockets
Best Defender: DeAndre Jordan, C, Los Angeles Clippers
Man of the Year: Ray Allen
Hardest to Guard: Stephen Curry, PG, Golden State Warriors
Clutch Performer: Stephen Curry, PG, Golden State Warriors
Coach You Most Want to Play For: Gregg Popovich, San Antonio Spurs
Game-Changer Honor: Allen Iverson
Oscar Robertson Visionary Award: Chris Paul, PG, Los Angeles Clippers
Best Homecourt Advantage: Oracle Arena (Golden State Warriors)
Player You Secretly Wish Was on Your Team: LeBron James, SF, Cleveland Cavaliers