Back-to-Back // The Shoes Worn by Modern Day Consecutive MVP Winners

Stephen Curry is a superstar (#duh) but winning back-to-back MVP awards puts him in very rarified air. Over the course of the 60 years the honor has existed, only 11 different players have ever taken home the title of league’s best in consecutive seasons. Focusing on the 2000s, see who’s won MVP back-to-back and what they wore.

Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan in the Nike Air Max Duncan 2
Tim Duncan in the Nike Air Max Duncan 2 (photo by Andrew E. Bernstein via Getty Images)
Tim Duncan in the adidas Player's Ball (photo by Andrew D. Bernstein via Getty Images)
Tim Duncan in the adidas Player’s Ball (photo by Andrew D. Bernstein via Getty Images)

Back-to-Back MVP Seasons: 2002 & 2003
Kicks: Nike Air Max Duncan 2 & adidas Player’s Ball

Though Tim Duncan is as team-oriented of a superstar as it gets, he’s also been among the league’s top individual performers for just about his whole career. In 2002, Timmy took home his first MVP in his last Nike shoe, the Air Max Duncan 2, followed up by another MVP title in 2003 as a member of adidas, rotating models throughout the season.

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