The Golden State Warriors could not have had a better start to their postseason, as they cruised through the first three rounds undefeated, becoming the first team ever to start a playoff campaign 12-0, and the first team since the 2000-01 Los Angeles Lakers to enter the Finals without a loss. 

A big reason for that success, of course, is Stephen Curry. He won't be winning a third straight MVP award this season, but he has been playing like an MVP throughout the playoffs so far, averaging 28.6 points, 5.6 assists, 5.5 rebounds, and 1.9 steals per game while shooting over 43 percent from downtown. 

Curry's sharp play is no surprise to Steve Kerr, who says Curry "looks fresher, faster, stronger" than he did during the playoffs last season. 

Curry, as you may remember, missed five games between the first and second rounds last season after hurting his knee during an awkward slip against the Rockets

With his health now sorted, we've seen just how good Curry can be in the postseason. The Warriors will be hoping he can keep it up against the Cavs, as they attempt to reclaim the title.