UPDATE (2:15pm on Thursday) -- Steph Curry was voted as the NBPA's 2015-16 MVP, the union announced.
The players have spoken.
On Thursday afternoon, the National Basketball Players Association awarded Steph Curry with the "Toughest to Guard" honor.
Curry, the only unanimous MVP in NBA history, averaged 30.1 points per game last season and also dished out 6.7 assists per night.
He shot 50.4 percent from the floor, 45.4 percent from deep and 90.8 percent from the free throw line.
He made 402 3-pointers, shattering the previous record of 286 he set in 2014-15.
According to the oddsmakers, Curry shares the best odds of winning the MVP next year with Russell Westbrook.