Kawhi Leonard of the Spurs finished in second place, and LeBron James of the Cavaliers was in third.
The announcement comes just one day after Curry returned from injury in Game 4 to score 40 points, including an NBA record 17 overtime points. His head coach Steve Kerr says he's still getting better, saying after the press conference "there's no ulterior motive. He's constantly trying to improve with no agenda....This is incredibly improbable. But there's a reason this is happening."
Curry led his Warriors to a 24-0 start after winning the NBA title last season, breaking the record for best start in NBA history. They finished 73-9 to break the '95-'96 Bulls' record of 72-10 for winningest regular season.
Shaquile O'Neal in 2000 and LeBron James in 2013 came closest to a unanimous victory, both finishing one vote shy of that. Curry joins Tom Brady and Wayne Gretzky as the only players in their sport to win the MVP unanimously.
The records just kept coming this season for the point guard, as he is the first player in NBA history to average 30 points in less than 35 minutes per game. He is the only two-time MVP in franchise history, with Wilt Chamberlain being the only other player to win the award as a Warrior.
His 402 three-pointers broke his own record of 286 for most three-pointers in a single season, and he joins Steve Nash and Steve Kerr as the only players to shoot 50 percent from the field, 45 percent from three, and 90 percent at the free throw line.
The 11th back-to-back MVP does nothing but break records in basketball, quickly becoming the must-see athlete in all of sports.