There are five candidates for the NBA MVP this season.
Stephen Curry, James Harden, Russell Westbrook, LeBron James and Anthony Davis.
"It's something I do want," Curry said two weeks ago. "It's one of the highest honors in the league to be an MVP of a season."
If the players were a part of the determining process, would the 2015 All-Star leading vote-getter vote for himself?
"Yes," Curry answered on "The Dan Patrick Show" on Tuesday.
What if he couldn't vote for himself or somebody on his team?
"I'd probably vote for LeBron. He's one of the most talented guys on the face of the planet."
If Curry could have the future of Westbrook, Harden or Davis -- the decision would be easy.
"Anthony Davis all day long," Curry declared. "He's doing special stuff before the age of 22. It's unreal ... I saw him this summer playing with Team USA together, and just watching him shoot, you could tell he was a guard at one point growing up because he just has those mechanics that you can't really teach."
"The Brow" almost registered a quadruple-double on Sunday against the Nuggets, compiling 36 points, 14 rebounds, seven assists and nine blocks.
Although Davis went 0-for-6 from the 3-point line as a rookie, 2-for-9 last season and is just 1-for-10 so far this year, Curry believes the 22-year old will add the three-ball to his repertoire.
"I predict he'll probably be a 40 percent 3-point shooter by the time his career is over," Curry told Patrick. "So if you add that to his game, I don't know what you do."
Curry is averaging 23.5 points (6th), 7.8 assists (6th) and 2.17 steals (2nd) per game, and he's made more 3-pointers (216) than anybody in the league.