Curry and the Warriors are aiming to win a third NBA championship in four years when they enter Game 1 against the Cleveland Cavaliers this evening.
The two teams are meeting for the fourth consecutive year to form one of the sports most fascinating rivalries.
The Cavaliers have been made huge underdogs this time around, bigger than any other Finals LeBron James has appeared in.
James was the Finals MVP back in 2016 when the Cavaliers overcame a 3-1 deficit to win the championship.
And the two times Golden State have won the title saw Andre Iguodala and Kevin Durant win the prestigious award.
It is one of the only trophies to have eluded Curry during his career.
And there has been some suggestion that he needs to win a Finals MVP in order to be discussed as one of the all-time greatest players in NBA history.
However, when asked what he thought Curry needs to do in the Finals, Crawford said: “Don’t listen to the noise.”
“He doesn’t have to be the Finals MVP, he’s already left his imprint on the game,” Crawford said on The Jump.
“How many guys were shooting threes off the dribble and it was acceptable before this guy?
“He’s already left his impact, he’s more worried about winning so he’ll do what he does and he’ll be great.”