With Steph Curry winning NBA Most Valuable Player back-to-back,  we know that’s he most definitely on the move ALL summer 16. To be named MVP is a big deal, but it’s a even BIGGER deal when you receive ALL 131 first -place votes. Steph Curry is all for breaking barriers and making history, but this accomplishment hasn’t been made by no other NBA player.

Curry has forever been looked upon as the underdog, from high school to the NBA – but this year he has been coming for every bit of success that he deserves.

Not only is he making phenomenal moves on the court, but he’s also making moves from one crib to another.

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With an astounding $27 million net worth, paired with his accolades from each game, there’s no doubt that Curry is moving on up.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Curry is currently in the process of selling his mansion in Orinda, California for a mere $3.895 million.

But no worries, Curry fixed it up with a basketball hoop (of course), a swimming pool and a mini golf course.

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Curry has a $44 million contract under his belt from signing with the Warriors in 2013, but please believe that 2017 will be an even BIGGER payday in the Curry household.

The Curry family have moved into their new home, which happens to be 6,700 square feet down the street. Can you blame them? The girls are growing fast, Steph need a bigger court and Chef Ayesha needed room for bigger pots, boy!

Go grab your $4 million dollars and check out your new crib below:

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